Save Time Editing With Forever Thine Wedding Presets
A representative from SleekLens.com reached out to me about their preset products for Wedding photographers after seeing my work and complimenting it. As an experienced wedding photographer, I know how much time matters, so having access to a tool that can potentially save time can be very helpful.
The benefit of having a preset is that you can reduce your editing time in half by applying the same setting to multiple pictures in a shorter amount of time. After you purchase the Lightroom 'Wedding Presets ' from SleekLens.com, you'll receive a zip file containing everything you need. You'll also find a list of the wedding presets accompanied by images for the user to view the type of effect each preset has on an image. The "Forever Thine Preset Collection" comes with 113 different presets to try which I think is more than enough to choose from. The installation process was quite simple. I opened up Lightroom, created a new folder under the default Lightroom Presets, imported all 113 different presets from the "Forever Thine Preset Collection" and that was it. The collection also came with a set of brushes. I haven't used those yet, but I'm excited to give them a try as well. SleekLens.com also provides the user with a video tutorial explainer video on how to install the presets into Lightroom.
Photo by Sleeklens.com Forever Thine: Best-Man 2 This preset makes the image really sharp and it pops. It's a little darker then what I would normally edit my wedding photos like, but I love how it really sharpened all of the keen details. My editing style is light & airy with a little bit of contrast, so I really liked these presets within the "Forever Thine Preset Collection".:
Forever Thine: Wedding Toasts This preset is very similar to Best Man 2, but with less contrast. The image is really sharp and it pops. It's a little darker then what I would normally edit my wedding photos like, but I love how it really sharpened all of the keen details as well.
Forever Thine: Camellia Although this is totally not how I would edit my images, I love how the desaturation looked with this preset.
Forever Thine: Exposure +1 This preset is much closer to my style of editing. With some other adjustments, I would definitely use this preset.
Forever Thine: Black & White There were a lot of options for Black & White. Some matte, some very contrasty, and other more film-like. I really liked the effect the Black & White had on this image of my Bride.