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Lightroom CC Presets For Music Photographers

Lightroom CC Presets For Music Photographers

Adobe have shifted the standalone Lightroom 6 product into two different applications: Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC.

As such, I’ve compiled a new set of 20 custom Presets that I use in both applications, and I’ve kept the price to a low 4 bucks with payment via Paypal.

!! —> HEADS UP These presets here on this page are for Lightroom CC! If you are looking for my Lightroom Classic CC Presets, check here. <— !!

These presets are not ONLY for music photographers, it is simply how I use them. I’m certain other photographers may find them useful in many other instances.

All 20 presets were created in Adobe Lightroom CC: there is no process updating necessary, they are good to go 🙂

The download contains the following Lightroom CC Presets: 720, Allawah, Amateur Bogans, Bing, Bondi, But Can He Do A Handstand, Caves Beach, Dapto, Don’t You Know Def Leppard, Erpla, Fairfield, Gannons, Hoogan Snoogan, Mona, No Name, Note Well, Olds Park, St Marys, Unknown Alberts Ripper and Waterloo.

LOOKING FOR LIGHTROOM 6 or 5 PRESETS?

Of course, if you are running Lightroom 6 you can still pick up 15 Lightroom 5 Presets for 3 bucks over here and if you are on Lightroom 5 you can grab 10 Lightroom 5 Presets for 2 bucks here, however to provide even more value I’m also offering a bundle pack of those 15 LR6 presets and the 10 LR5 presets all updated to Lightroom CC plus the 20 new ones above as one package for only $4.50!

That’s 45 Lightroom CC Presets for only $4.50!

Lightroom CC Presets for Music Photographers contains the 20 presets as below (mouse over to see each in action).

1. 720
If you’ve got a washed out image like this where the stage lights just flood everything with heinous orangey/reds, 720 is the preset for you!

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

2. Allawah
Need some more pop in those blues and blacks plus a little more realistic skin toning? Smack down Allawah and you are good to go.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

3. Amateur Bogans
Too much light from those strobes? The lighting dudes were Amateur Bogans, this will fix it!

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

4. Bing
You’ve captured a near perfect image in camera, but a slight tonal adjustment is needed on the skin to convince peeps, Bing to the rescue!

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

5. Bondi
Not happy with orange skin and you want to WB shift to a slightly cooler colour temp? I use Bondi for this. You should too.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

6. But Can He Do A Handstand
Did you under-expose but only by a the smallest amount? And do you want a little more background pop? No sweat, add life to the shot with But Can He Do A Handstand.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

7. Caves Beach
I’d rather a well exposed, slightly to the green-side-of-things shot than a under-exposed blue shot. Caves Beach shows you how.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

8. Dapto
The idea with a live band photograph is to present a realistic documentation of the show. Dapto holds that key.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

9. Don’t You Know Def Leppard
Even a nicely lit shot can be totally enhanced with some punchy black and white delivered here perfectly by Don’t You Know Def Leppard.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

10. Erpla
Arggghhh!! See how bright stage lights can is?? And see how the stage is filled with um red light? Erpla will provide you a quick fix.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

11. Fairfield
Ok we’ve all had enough of cheap LED’s that make your subject look like fresh meat in the deli. Fairfield gets rid of that and leaves you a sharp, punchy black and white.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

12. Gannons
I’m all about realistic skin tone. Gannons is where I begin to achieve them.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

13. Hoogan Snoogan
A subtle grade of colour that is not quite sepia and a far cry from black and white. I love Hoogan Snoogan.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

14. Mona
Mona is almost perfect. Just a slight tweak to skin tones and a lowering of highlights and BAM! You have a keeper.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

15. No Name
Often the background of an image is just as important as the subject. No Name brings that background to life (and slightly corrects skin tone in the process!)

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

16. Note Well
Who doesn’t love the punch of a sharp, contrasty black and white! Add a little vignette and Note Well delivers those goods.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

17. Olds Park
You want black and white and a grainy image? Olds Park steps back in time and delivers a old school film style exposure.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

18. St Marys
St Mary’s is tried and true, a essential preset in any music photographers arsenal. This preset will save you in many LED situations, trust me!

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

19. Unknown Alberts Ripper
Don’t trash that shot yet!! It might be incredibly over exposed and flat, but the Unknown Alberts Ripper can certainly help you recover quite a lot of detail. You’re welcome!

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

20. Waterloo
You’ve got an almost perfectly exposed shot in camera. Waterloo takes you just that one more subtle step to perfection.

Lightroom Classic CC Presets For Music Photographers from http://www.bjwok.com

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NB: Tweak those sliders to suit your own images and needs, these presets should be used as a starting point for your workflow only!

Installation instructions:
(also included as a text file in the download)

  1. Download the zip file bjwokLRCCPresets.zip (or bjwokLRCCPresetsBundle.zip depending which you purchased) to your desktop, or wherever your downloads download to on your machine.
  2. Unzip the .zip file by double clicking it.
  3. The folder named bjwok.com_LightroomCCPresets (or bjwok.com_LightroomCCPresetsBundle) should now be unzipped and on your desktop (or wherever you downloaded it to!)
  4. Open Lightroom CC and make certain the “Edit” panel is open (hit the keyboard shortcut “E” if is not).
  5. At the very bottom of the “Edit” panel you will see the word “Presets”.
  6. Click on the word “Presets”
  7. This will reveal a slide out panel (not surprisingly titled “PRESETS”
  8. At the top of this panel there are three dots (…) and a “x”.
  9. Click on the three dots.
  10. A drop down will appear with two options: “Create Preset” and “Open Presets Folder”.
  11. Click on “Open Presets Folder”.
  12. This will open a window called “User Presets”
  13. In this window simply drag the entire folder bjwok.com_LightoomCCPresets (or bjwok.com_LightroomCCPresetsBundle) and drop it into that folder.
  14. Restart Lightroom CC.
  15. Navigate back to the “Edit” panel if it is not already open.
  16. Click on the word Presets at the bottom.
  17. The slide out panel will now contain a sub menu at the bottom titled bjwok.com_LightoomCCPresets (or bjwok.com_LightroomCCPresetsBundle).
  18. Click the drop down arrow to the right and all the presets are now ready to use at the click of the mouse!

 

Extra! Extra!! Extra!!! I’ll send anyone the bundle pack for free if they can correctly name the artist/band in the 20 new Presets above… post in the comments below. First one to get them all, get’s them all!