Enhance your travel memories with my Lightroom desktop presets.
My WANDERLUSTER COLLECTION comprises ten unique presets I use to edit images on this website. They come with detailed instructions for installation and you can click here for FAQs.
These presets are designed for the paid Lightroom desktop program (Mac or Windows). They will not work with the free Lightroom mobile app.
HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT!
This is my go-to preset that fits many daytime shooting conditions. An example is this river view in Feldkirch in Austria.
Nine times out of ten, I am looking for subtle enhancements, not wanting to overcook the image. This edit lifts the shadows, increases light and adds subtle detail and colour.
A variation on the above when you want warmer tones. It can be useful if you want to emulate the soft and warm light of the “Golden Hour.”
I developed this Lightroom preset to deal with those cloudy or rainy days when the lighting is flat, like this very damp day in Salzburg. It brightens the images and gives it a warmer tone.
I use this preset in warmer, tropical environments, such as this image taken during a solo break to Mauritius. It takes away any unwanted blue tones, lending the image a soft and sun-drenched feel.
When I was visiting Kanazawa, these two ladies posed for this photo but the lighting wasn’t kind. This edit dials down the shadowing whilst enhancing the details and warming the image.
If you are looking for a punchy image, this preset brightens the image and makes the colour pop. I find it useful when editing a photo taken on an overcast day when I just want to inject a little zing into the image, such as this day in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.
I developed and tweaked this preset to bring out the detail in images taken inside buildings, when I was visiting La Sagrada Família in Barcelona, for example. It dials down the colour and contrast whilst brightening the image and enhancing architectural features.
Black and white edits can be perfect for urban architecture but without the right adjustment can look a little flat. This preset cranks up the detail and contrast, adding texture to the image.
If used in the right situations, high-key mono images can work well. This preset ramps up the exposure to blow out the shadows, placing the subject against a very light background, like this image of the Forth Rail Bridge in Scotland.
To reproduce the feel of hotel room photo shoots from a glossy magazine, I use this preset which results in a muted look with a fresh and cool vibe.
These desktop presets will not be compatible with mobile versions. All preset sales are final. As this is a digital product, I do not accept returns. Local taxes may be added to your purchase, depending on your region (e.g. V.A.T.)