Open Chrome and search for VSCO Lightroom Presets, because they are the best ones
Go to the VSCO store and discover their site is down for maintenance and take it as a sign that you shouldn’t spend all of your money on presets (because VSCO sets are super expensive. Worth it though).
Search for some other presets that are free instead. Maybe do some research about what are some decent sets.
Download the presets.
Enter your info so they can send you spam emails later and you can unsubscribe faster than something that does something fast. Or use your less important spam email account.
Check your email for the one useful email they sent you, the link to download the files. Click the link and download the files.
Under the Library tab, click the import button to import your photos.
Find your photos wherever you have them saved, and choose the ones you want to import. After you have them selected, click the import button in the bottom left.
Under the Presets section on the left of the screen, right click on any of the pre-existing folders. You will see an option to create a new folder. Click that.
Type the name of the presets you just downloaded and click create.
Right click on the folder you just created and click import.
Find the presets you just downloaded from the internet, select all of them, and click import.
Your presets will now show up under the folder you just created. Select a photo you want to edit, and scroll through the different presets for one you like. Click that preset and it will then be applied to your photo. Then make whatever adjustments you need, like exposure, contrast, shadows, saturation, etc. until you’re happy with the photo.
Then check out your before and after by pressing the “Y” key.
Then post to Insta to show all of your friends how cool you are.
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