We built Preset Love because, well, we LOVE presets. For me, Lightroom has completely changed how I go about editing and producing my work as a photographer, and if you’re looking for a good starting point or some new presets to freshen up your catalogues, try out Preset Love.
These are presets that I use everyday to produce my work, and to edit the photographs I post on my blog. There’s so many more to come, as well. We’re constantly working on bringing more and more presets to you. Below are a few that I’ve created that you can download from our site RIGHT NOW. Check it out.
I am a beginner and amateur photographer, who fell in love with photography in April 2012. It started with experiments and self portraits, pictures of my daily life and it moved slowly outside of the house walls and out in the streets.
More than anything else, I look for truth, authenticity, spontaneity and meaning in all the little, seemingly normal moments that life constantly offers to us. For the most part, photography helps me to really see, it is a tool that helps me to explore both the world around me as well as the world within me.
At the moment, i shoot with my Canon EOS 1000D and the 50 mm and 85 mm prime lenses.
May i just say that, when this happened, i was sitting in the dentist’s chair ?!?
Thank you so so SO much, Lensblr, for accepting my membership and making my day finish way better than how it started :)
Yesterday evening, Pete made my evening by writing the most beautiful feedback about me.
And this morning i woke up to see that TPS had reblogged this picture of mine (and huge thanks to Stu for the beautiful feedback) and to read in my messages that my photography is “really inspiring” (thank you so much, Rianna!!).
At times - no, let me correct that sentence - most of the time i still feel so insecure about “my photography”, i almost feel like a tiny kid who’s just trying to build an empire out of…well…nothing - and this community just truly makes me feel as if the effort that I’m making in trying to build/create/show/discover something really means something - or, at least, speaks also to someone else, besides myself. And that in itself is incredible.
So, thank you all, one by one, for keeping up with me and inspiring me to be better.