Free Lightroom Presets

Essential Travel Collection

"The goal of the FREE Lightroom Preset Collection is to cover different aspects of Travel Photography."


Viktor Elizarov / Travel Photographer
behind PhotoTraces.com

Presets Reference Guide

Free Lightroom Landscape Presets

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    Natural Preset – gives your landscapes a natural look with rich colors and well-defined skies.
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    HDR Blend – when your photos have bright highlights and dark shadows, this preset is for you.
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    End of Summer – stylish look with a hint of magenta color.
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    Harsh Shadows – adds an extra punch with increased contrast.

Free Lightroom Cityscape Presets

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    Hawaii Sunset – when your photos have bright highlights and dark shadows, this preset is for you.
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    Gentle Wave – muted colors with extra contrast.
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    Haze – a vintage style with toned down colors and low contrast, which creates a look similar to Instagram filters.

Free Lightroom Presets For Portraits

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    Clearface – a preset created specifically for portraits. It opens up the shadows, smoothes the skin and de-saturates orange and red colors for more natural looking skin tones.
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    In Style – originally created for portraits and group shots, it has the classic cross processing look.
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    Coffee Time – stylish processing with brown/red overlay

Free Black & White Lightroom Presets

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    Soft Shadows – balanced black and white style suitable for portraits and landscapes.
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    Darkroom – retro, analog black and white/sepia style with extra grain.

TOOLKIT Adjustments

TOOLKIT is the collection of adjustment presets that do not create any specific look in your photos but help you to customize the look produced by STYLE presets.

 ELIZABETH COUGHLAN 

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All I can say is Wow! I have loads of Lightroom presets, some of which I am now about to delete, as your ones are the best. I also love the additional tools.

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on how to install and use them

Lightroom Presets is the Most Important Functionality of the Program

When I started with the digital photography I was so excited about new digital workflow and I hoped it would save me an enormous amount of time on processing photos.


But a few years later I realized that I was spending more time in front of the computer than outside taking photos. This is when I developed my new workflow which centered around Lightroom Presets and helped me to cut time on post processing dramatically.


As the photographer, I’ve been using Lightroom since it was introduced as the beta version in 2006. Lightroom is the most valuable tool for me as a photographer as it helps me to organize tens of thousands of my photos and save an enormous amount time on editing.


My favorite and most valuable feature of Lightroom is the ability to create PRESETS.

What are Lightroom Presets?

A “preset” is the functionality that allows us to record editing steps for the future use.

Example: I may spend 45-60 minutes editing a photo, adjusting an endless amount of sliders in Lightroom and when I am happy with the look of the photo, I can save all the editing adjustments as a PRESET.

Next time, if I want to reuse it, it takes only a second to apply it to another photo. What is even more amazing is the fact that I can apply the saved PRESET to multiple photos at once.


Over the years, I developed various presets for different types of travel photography. Now, I would like to share them with you to help your photography and save time.


Please note, I use these presets on a daily basis in my professional work.

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My Lightroom Preset Collection is completely free for subscribers of my newsletter

Just sign up with your email and I will send you the free preset collection with the instructions
on how to install and use them

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