A wide variety of presets ranging from bright and colorful to warm and moody. If you follow me you know I don't stick to a certain preset for my work, I am a firm believier that every session is going to have its own unique lighting and setting so why wouldn't the edit need to change as well? Each preset is clearly labled to help you know when to best use it for each situation. Of course that doesn't mean it will be a one click deal, at least not until you learn how to shoot for these edits. Shooting tips: bright mid day light - BARELY underexpose then edit with the "harsh sun" presets, overcast light - underexpose until you can see the sky pretty well then edit with "warm and moody" presets, indoor lighting - expose properly or slightly overexpose then edit with "indoor" presets, for golden hour light - I prefer to properly expose these then edit with "golden hour" presets.


13 presets in total, 2 b&w, 5 moody, 2 for indoor lighting, and 4 bright and colorful.

Olive Avenue Presets - Original Pack

  • IMPORTANT. These presets are .xmp so if your lightroom isn't updated make sure you update before trying to import. If you are not able to import these for any reason there will be no refund issued though I am willing to manually send you the preset settings so you don't waste your money!



    With the updated version of lightroom this is the best way to import your new presets: 1. open lightroom 2. click the develop tab 3. in the left hand section where it says "presets" there will be a + sign 4. click the plus sign and choose the "import presets" option 5. find the downloaded folder "Olive Avenue Photo - Presets" 6. double click the folder so that it shows all 13 individual presets 7. select all presets then click import 8. scroll down to "user presets" and thats where they should end up.

    If you don't have the plus sign next to the presets tab try this: 1. open lightroom 2. in the very top next to the "file" option click "lightroom" 2. click "preferences" 3. go to the "presets" tab 4. click "show lightroom presets" or "show all other lightroom presets" tab 5. click "camera raw" 6. click "settings" 7. Locate downloaded presets you want to import 8. open the folder 9. drag and drop presets into the folder 10. close out of everything and quit lightroom 11. open lightroom and your new presets should be visible in the new folder labled "Olive Avenue Photo - Presets"


    1. open lightroom 2. click "edit" then "preferences" then "presets" 3. click the box "show lightroom presets" 4. click "camera raw" 5. click "settings" 6. locate downloaded presets 7. drag and drop folder into the camera raw settings folder 8. close out of everything and quit lightroom 9. open lightroom and your presets should now be located into their new folder labled "Olive Avenue Photo - Presets" 


    Before contacting me to fix any importing issues PLEASE use google, youtube, or even adobe to help you as i'm not a tech expert and every update of lightroom is so different so it's very difficult for me to understand what's happening on your end!

    REFUND POLICY. Absolutely no refunds. I will do my very best to help you through the editing process and you are always welcome to send me RAW files for me to guide you through an edit if you are having a hard time but I will not be issuing refunds for any reason. You should be familiar with lightroom and editing before trying to use these presets they are just a base and will need tweaking to properly fit your specific camera, lens, and settings. For reference I shoot with canon 5d mark iii and canon 50mm 1.2 and canon 35mm 1.4