5 Lightroom Presets To Up Your Insta Game
Do you want to take your Instagram game from zero to one hundred with the touch of a button?
Well now you can thanks to Lightroom presets which are available to use on your desktop and mobile. In this post I share my 5 favourite Lightroom Presets created by incredible travel and lifestyle influencers who are definitely worth a follow!
My bestie got me onto the Sawyer Hartman preset pack and not a moment too soon. This pack contains 9 filters which will create dreamy, insta worthy shots in one click. Sawyer is an incredible filmmaker and travel vlogger - one look at his YouTube channel and you'll be booking your next vacay!
Cost: $40 USD
Carmen Huter is an Austrian-born travel photographer living in New Zealand and has released amazing presets based on the elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. You can purchase each preset separately or get the whole collection. She has also released a preset set specifically for mobile so you don't need a Lightroom subscription.
Cost: from $50 USD
Loved up travellers Jack Morris and Lauren Bullen have joined forces and created the mecca of all Lightroom preset collections. From Egypt to Bali and Cali, you can buy their travel inspired presets or you can choose from their foodie and fashion sets all designed for mobile and desktop.
Cost: from $37 USD
I have been a long time follower of Megan on Instagram and I'm so in love with her beautifully curated feed and dreamy photography. I'm so glad I can get the look too since she has released her Lightroom preset packs. Choose from her 5 preset pack or buy her solo Bora Bora preset and transform your feed too!
Cost: from $30 USD
If you're not sure if you want to purchase these presets my advice is to follow the creators on Instagram. They often show before and after shots on their Insta Stories using the presets so you can get a feel for what your photos can look like.
To install presets you need to have Lightroom on your computer or the Lightroom app on your mobile. Not all desktop preset packs are designed for mobile and vice versa so be sure to get the right one to suit your device. It's also worth a mention that you don't need to have a Lightroom subscription to use the mobile app which is a free to download from the Apple of Google Play store.
Do you use Lightroom Presets? If you do let me know your favourites in the comments below so I can check them out.
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