Download the presets
If you haven’t done so already, click here to grab a copy of the EBDC Lightroom Presets v01 pack for free from the shop. You’re going to want to check your email for the download link.
Next thing you’re going to want to do is install the presets. Depending on what version of Lightroom you’re running, the installation process is going to be slightly different, but easy nonetheless.
For Lightroom Classic
Go to Lightroom / Preferences
Under the Presets tab, click Show Lightroom Presets Folder
In the Lightroom folder, go to Develop Presets / User Presets and drop the EBDC Lightroom Presets v01 folder in there
For Lightroom CC
Go to File / Import Profiles & Presets
Navigate to where you downloaded the presets to and highlight them all and click Import
Thats pretty much it!
In this set, I’ve included 20 presets that I personally use to edit most of my photos. Below is an overview of each preset, along with its name and what kind of look you can expect out of it.
Use these presets on the go with Lightroom CC for iOS and Android.
One of my favorite things about the newest version of Lightroom CC is that you can use your exact presets in the mobile version of Lightroom CC for iOS and Android. All you have to do is make sure you’re logged into your Creative Cloud account on the desktop app as well as the mobile version. If you’ve done the steps above, the presets should show up after you sync your account.
Once that’s done, you can open up the Presets panel on the far right and start applying the EBDC Lightroom Presets or any others.
The other cool benefit of using these two apps is that your photos and presets stay synced from desktop to mobile so you can do some pro-level editing on the go and immediately save images out and post to Instagram. I literally swear by this process. I almost exclusively edit photos on my phone when I’m out on shoots.