Presets – Fairytale Glow
I want to give a big thanks to everyone who provided some names for today’s preset. I’m actually using a combination of two names that were suggested – Fairytale Glow. I’m really happy with the way that this one came out. I find it works best on portraits (hopefully the name implies that) and photos that tend to be brighter in nature (notice the sky is blown out in the before version already). But give it a try on anything. That’s the cool thing about presets – they’re easy to try and easy to undo if you don’t like it. Let me know what you think.
1) Unzip the preset zip file on to your desktop
2) Go to the Develop module. NOTE: YOU MUST BE THE DEVELOP MODULE
3) Go to the Presets panel on the left. Right click anywhere in it and choose Import.
4) Select the .lrtemplate files you unzipped in Step 1 and click Import NOTE: DO NOT IMPORT THE ZIP FILE
Click here to download the presets
Click here to see a sample of the preset.
Love the effect!
Thanks for sharing this great preset.
I love this preset, but cannot get it to load. Would you mind e-mailing it to me?
I love your presets, thank you for sharing!
Hey Matt…I just love this preset…thanx so much!
Great Preset! I’ve got so many shots I want to try it on!
Matt, thanks again for another great idea, and as for the ‘stealing’ well, I take most of Townsville’s theatre pics, and frankly the opportunity for setting up lighting just isn’t there, your focal point presets are brilliant to help give that extra something to theatre photos, especially in close ups, and I am so grateful to you for your generosity of spirt in sharing your ideas and expertise, not to mention all your great tips and help for those of us who do this as our unprofessional professional photographic jobs! Happy New Year, Chrissy
hi guys, can anyone tell me whether i can install this preset in cs4?
it’s my first time trying presets and I’m trying to download. How do you unzip the file?? Sorry for being a non-computer geek 🙂
HEY BEN WILSON,
go to this url and scroll down to white balance presets and download em
Wow, I just found this awesome site and bookmarked it =). I’m a big fan of your videos ( I’ve been watching them non-stop) thanks and keep them coming!
This is terrific! Thanks Matt.
Were you going to post presets from last PS-TV episode?
These look great. Thanks.
Thanks for this preset Matt. i am really pumped to check it out. Thanks also for all of the work you pump into your blog. I use your presets all of the time. Rock on and much love from Chicago.
Thanks for the pre set. I look forward to trying it on my daughter and her soon to be husband.
Wow, really cool thanks for sharing,
BUT, I have to say that epson roll-over add is annoying. I HATE THAT THING, it was on the front of Photoshop TV too. Everytime I see an epson now I think oh no, not the roll-over add ;-).
Thanks for sharing another great looking preset. Can’t wait to try it.
Great looking preset…thanks for sharing Matt. I look forward to seeing more tips, tricks, and presets!
Didnt have to wait til mid week either.
Kassie its a preset that works for lightroom, mac/pc does not matter
Is this designed to work with a Mac?
Love the effect this one gives. Thanks, Matt!