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Who doesn’t want a beautiful cohesive feed on Instagram these days? We all do, which is why presets have become so huge lately. Everyone seems to be using them AND selling them.
Well today I am sharing with you this Bright Moody Lightroom preset for free.
I always appreciate free useful resources, so I want to offer the same value to you. All I ask in return is to perhaps share this post on Instagram or tag me in your photos using it. I do check out your feeds and share them as well 🙂
If you haven’t seen already, I have three other presets posted on here:
I think you will love this preset. It’s one that I use a lot, on rotation with my Bright Minimal preset.
This Bright Moody one is a bit more…well, moody. It’s got more brown tones to it, but it will still give your photos a brighter effect.
I use this for portraits, flatlays, buildings, brick wall-pictures, travel pictures etc. It gives a cosy and warm vibe to your pictures without taking away from their brightness too much.
HOW TO INSTALL THE PRESET
If you’re unsure how to install this preset, I have posted here a super easy to follow tutorial to get you through it step by step (with images).
DOWNLOAD THE PRESET
NEED HELP DOWNLOADING?
A few of you have messaged me in the past that you’ve had trouble downloading the presets, so here are some useful tips to help you out:
- Make sure to check your spam folder, as the email with the presets might end up there.
- If it doesn’t work to download on your mobile phone, try using your desktop to download and it might work that way. The presets do work on both Android and iOS.
- If you’re still having trouble with it, email me and I will help you out further 🙂 (contact [at] cappuccinoandfashion.com)
If you want to be up to date on future presets I’m creating and get an input on what you’d like to see next, make sure to give my Instagram a follow.
I hope you like this free Bright Moody lightroom preset. Let me know in the comments below what type of preset you would like to see next.
You might want to give these a read as well: