Wedding Photography is difficult as well as time consuming. A Wedding photographer spend countless hours shooting the wedding and then editing and retouching the images back at the studio.

Though it sounds easy, retouching is a tough process and it often consumes a lot of the photographers time.

So to cut things short, Wedding Photographers use Adobe Lightroom Presets to retouch/edit their clients wedding images.

Free Wedding Lightroom Presets

Free Wedding Lightroom Presets

Lightroom presets for wedding photographers are created specifically for the purpose of enhancing wedding photos. When applied to an image, these presets helps smooth out the skin and enhance facial features & textures.

Whether you want to make dull photos come to life, give a photo a matte film look, increase the dynamic range or apply a subtle effect, this free bundle has plenty of amazing options for you.

Sample Image provided by Tavneet Jassal Photography.

Royal Punch

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Wood Wall

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Royal Dizzle

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Morrison Bay

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Silver Tide

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Cold HDR

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Beart

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Oaks

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Cuba Vision

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Lost HDR

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Compatibility

  • Lightroom presets for portraits are compatible with Lightroom versions 4, 5, 6, CC, and Classic CC.
  • Use RAW, .dng, or .jpg files with the presets.
  • Works on both MAC and PC.
  • Presets can be installed on multiple computers.

How To Install Lightroom Presets

Lightroom CC 2019

You can now install Lightroom presets straight from the plus sign under the Presets dialogue when you are in the Develop Module in Lightroom.

Lightroom 4, 5, 6 & CC 2017 Presets For Windows

  • Open Lightroom
  • Go to: Edit • Preferences • Presets
  • Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
  • Double click on Lightroom
  • Double click on Develop Presets
  • Copy the folder(s) of your presets into the Develop Presets folder
  • Restart Lightroom

Lightroom 4, 5, 6 & CC 2017 Presets For Mac

  • Open Lightroom
  • Go to: Lightroom (Dialogue) • Preferences • Presets
  • Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
  • Double click on Lightroom
  • Double click on Develop Presets
  • Copy the folder(s) of your presets into Develop Presets folder
  • Restart Lightroom