Tropical - Lightroom Mobile Presets - AR Editing

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Tropical - Lightroom Mobile Presets

Tropical Preset gives your images an amazing cool look for tropical travel. It will enhance warm tones typical tropical, make exotic skin tones, and will make the green color/jungle photos look deep. Will work great on your island vacation pictures. Transform your island vacation shots into the most enchanting vacation posts!

My presets are tested on a range of different photo styles, Even though all presets are meticulously tested on a variety of photos and different settings, the presets might need to be slightly adjusted, based on your camera, lighting conditions, camera mode, and settings. So it is normal to make some adjustments after applying a preset to get the perfect look that will fit your image, Use this product as the basis for working with an image.


🤍 This preset is created without exposure/white balance adjustments so you may need to adjust those manually since every photo is different.
🤍 The appearance of the skin will be different for everyone so you may need an adjustment, go to orange color and try to find your own adjustment

These presets are designed specifically for Lightroom Mobile, you just need the Adobe Lightroom mobile app (Free Download) available on App Store and Play Store, even if you do not need an Adobe subscription to use these presets on mobile (works with or without). Fully adjustable, you can tweak all the settings to your preference. so you can adjust the settings after applying a preset to get the perfect look that will fit your taste and style.


🤍 Compatible with All Photo formats
🤍 Compatible with Lightroom Mobile App
🤍 Compatible with All Lightroom Versions

Installation Instructions:

 Download.DNG File and Import them to Lightroom.
 Once you have added and opened the DNG file, click on the three dots in the top right.
 Select Copy Settings and Paste to your photo, or -
Select 'Create Preset', this will allow you to save the preset.
Name your preset and save it.
To find the preset you saved. In the Edit Mode head onto 'Presets' > 'User Presets' > Click the preset you have created before.