Black & White Lightroom Presets

Simply clicking the black & white setting in Lightroom can leave otherwise great photos feeling a bit dull. It takes some know-how to get them looking their best. This set of Lightroom presets takes out the guess work and makes it easy to create beautiful black and white photos. It includes 50 one-click presets that allow you to give your photos a variety of professional black & white tones instantly. Found here: Black & White Photography Presets


Beautiful Black & White Tones With a Click of the Mouse (Learn More)

What really makes this preset system special are the 44 stackable workflow presets that you can use to create amazing black & white effects with your own style. You’ll choose a base edit, and then stack on other options like a vignette, grain, tone, and more. You’ll have more control with the workflow presets and you can still get beautiful effects with just a few clicks. You can even use the workflow presets to tweak the results of the one-click presets if you’d like.

In all, 94 presets are included.

before lightroom preset

after lightroom preset

These presets only work in Lightroom 4 and Lightroom 5. It’s recommend that the presets be used with RAW files, and you’ll get the best results with RAW files, but they have been tested to also work with JPG files.

How to Get the Presets:

The presets will be available for you to download immediately along with instructions on how to easily install them in Lightroom.

Found here: Black & White Lightroom Presets

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3 responses to “Black & White Lightroom Presets”

  1. Matt says:

    I downloaded the presets correctly but there were no instructions on how to import them into Lightroom. Where can I find them?

  2. Marc says:

    Hi Matt,
    The download zip file also includes a documentation PDF that has instructions for installing the presets.

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