This is one of our biggest pack of Lightroom Presets to date, containing 135 different presets that can be applied to your images in a single click with little or no needed tweaks. Not only do we include 135 Lightroom CC presets (for desktop) but we have the DNG files so you can use this presets on the FREE mobile version of Lightroom.
To learn more about Lightroom Presets and what it can do to your images, please check out our other post about it right here.
How to Install Presets on Lightroom Mobile
Download the files. Mobile Lightroom presets come in DNG formats. Essentially, these are images that have all of the presets’ information embedded in its metadata.
Once you’ve downloaded the ZIP file, double-click to unzip it. That should create a folder of the same name with the DNG image files inside (there is also a desktop version with .xmp files to use). Each DNG picture is a preset that you now need to move to your phone to be able to use within Lightroom Mobile.
Transferring to your phone. If you are using an iPhone like us, we recommend you use airdrop, it’s fast and easy. If now you may use services like good drive or dropbox and sync to your phone’s library.
Import the files into the Lightroom mobile app. At this point you should have all of your DNG files saved to your phone. All of your images should be of the same subject but have different looks to it. On them, the words: gominplanet.com and DNG MOBILE PRESETS PACK.
Launch the Lightroom app and create a new album. Name it Gominplanet Presets. Open the new album, go to Add Photos and select all the DNG files from your camera roll and add them to the album.
Create and save your Presets. Go into the album containing your newly imported DNG files. Open the first file, tap on the 3 dots icon at the top right of the screen and then tap on Create Preset.
Open your new album and tap on any of the preset pictures to launch it.
Tap on the three dots in the upper right corner and then tap Create Preset.
You will then see the New Preset screen which contains all the options you can use to customize your preset. Give the preset a name or use the gominplanet “1 through 135” format) and the option to choose a Preset Group to save it in.
Save it all within a new preset group to organize them better, especially if you have a bunch of other presets. Boxes to be ticked are the effects that will be applied to your image. Select them all except for Tools, Optics and Geometry.
When you’re done with the settings save your preset by tapping on the checkmark icon at the top right corner.
Repeat this step for each DNG file as you will need to save each preset separately. This will be the longest process but only needs to be done once as your presets will remain on your app and ready to use in a snap the next time.
Using the presets. To use your new presets just go back into your library and open any photo you’d like to edit.
Find the Presets icon in the menu at the bottom right of the screen and tap on it. Tap on the various presets and see the immediate change on your picture. Voila!