This comprehensive suite of presets for use within Adobe Lightroom is designed to achieve HDR effects with a single image. The bundle was just re-released with 20 different one-click presets for achieving the high dynamic range (HDR) style of photography, plus over 50 workflow presets created specifically to allow you full flexibility while applying HDR effects easily and quickly. The bundle includes both 1 click and stackable presets. Found here: HDR Hero Lightroom Presets
Presets provide a way to instantly apply specific processing settings to any photo you like. Once you add these presets to the panel in the Develop module, they remain there until you delete them. They also appear in the list of Develop settings that you can select it when you import photos.
1-Click Develop Presets – You’ll get 20 different HDR presets that allow you to process photos with just a single click. It includes various levels of Subtle, Standard, Intense, Vibrant, Overdone, Black & White, Cross Processed, Vintage and more styles of HDR.
HDR Workflow Presets – The 1-click presets can be a great time-saver, but there will be times when you’ll want more control to create a specific look or effect. These workflow presets have been created specifically with HDR in mind, and they can save you a great deal of time while editing your own photos. The workflow presets are broken down into 9 different categories and are “stackable”. Each preset only impacts the settings within it’s own specific category, so you can create endless possible effects and edit photos to suit your own style. You’ll find presets for things like Tone Base, Exposure, Clarity, Contrast, Vibrance & Saturation, Black & White, Sharpening, Noise Reduction, and Vignetting.
Developed by PhotographyPlanet, these presets work in Lightroom 4 and Lightroom 5. Documentation is included to show how to install and use the product. The presets work with RAW and JPG photos, but they recommend using with RAW files for the best results.
Found here: HDR Hero Lightroom Presets Bundle
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