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Please see below for the step by step video tutorial for mobile, desktop installation instructions, and some additional adjustment guides to help you along the way! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at we'll be happy to help! :)

Mobile Installation: For iPhone & Android

Android Users Please note: We're using an iPhone in the video tutorial. If you're using Android, the only difference is the mobile dng files will automatically download to your phone when you click them. Once downloaded, you'll open Lightroom and import from your photo gallery vs. from files. From there, you'll follow the remaining steps in the video tutorial.

IMPORTANT: If you're using the gmail app, the first few steps will be slightly different for you. Once you click on a dng file, you should see a screen that says "more". Click more and scroll down on the pop up prompt. You should see "Save to Files". Click that and repeat for remaining dng files. 

Desktop Installation: For Mac & Windows

The desktop files are located in the zip folder on your download page. Download the zip file to your computer and once downloaded, be sure to unzip the folder! If you're on Mac, just double click the zip file and it will automatically unzip. If you're on Windows, right click on the zip file and click "extract".
If you’re using a newer version of Lightroom, you’ll import the xmp files. To import the files, open up Lightroom, visit the “develop” module, and then click the + symbol in the presets panel to import them.

For older versions of Lightroom, you’ll import the lrtemplate files using the below steps:

1. Go to “Lightroom” in your main menu and click “Preferences”
2. Click on “Show All Other Lightroom Presets” in the “Preferences“ Menu
3. Paste the preset folder containing the .Irtemplate files into Lightroom > Develop Presets & restart Lightroom.

Tip for RAW editing: Please note, we make our presets for both, JPG and RAW shooters. Because of this, we slightly adjust temperature to help give those shooting in JPG (photographers and non-photographers alike), more of a “base”. If you are editing in RAW, you’ll want to toggle the preset’s white balance from “custom” to “as shot” so that it’s not predetermining your temperature setting — and to avoid having to do that every time, I recommend clicking “update current settings” on the preset once you make that change, so that it stays that way! 

Adjustment Guides 

Each preset has been handcrafted with love and care by a professional photographer + skilled retoucher to look great with a wide variety of images. However, please keep in mind that results may vary depending on the lighting, tones, and settings of the original photo as each photo carries its own unique settings. After applying the preset, you may find that some minor adjustments are needed. 

That said, while we do our best to ensure that our presets work perfectly with a wide variety of images (and they do!), it’s impossible to predetermine the perfect settings for every single photo — especially if the lighting in your photo is exceptionally dark, light, or warm. 

I highly recommend our blog posts 3 Easy Preset Adjustments and How To Adjust Skin Tones In Lightroom which covers a few simple adjustments that you can (and should) make when using presets.

Customer Support

We stand behind our products and with our customers! We want you to be satisfied with the outcome!! If for any reason the outcome is not what you expected, please reach out to us via email at and we will work together to find a solution so you can achieve the best possible results! We’re incredibly responsive and take great care of our customers :)

Enjoy & Happy Editing!!


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