The Cozy Warm Collections consists of 7 main presets created all around the world: Bahamas, Beverly Hills, Istanbul, Melrose, Monte Carlo, Turkey and Venice with adding a slight variation to each of them (to those of you who are still not very proficient in Lightroom) so there are 14 presets total.
This collection is prefect for cities and skin tones!I tried to have them as different as possible to give you options in terms of temperature, saturation, grain and hue, but as you can see the colors are slightly washed and grainy. If you are looking to make your images ‘pop’ more, add Saturation and Vibrance in the ‘Basic Tool’ section. Enjoy!
*THESE ARE DESKTOP PRESETS ONLY*
Also, make sure to check out myYoutube tutorialwhere I show you how I use the presets!
I love using Aggie's presets! They are the first I've ever used and her video was so helpful in teaching me how to use Lightroom to work with her filters. I'm excited to share more photos with these presets! Thank you, Aggie <3 (check out my photos @sarahswoodward !)
I loved it so much! It gave my instagram page a new look, truly.
Super happy with this preset set :)! IG: Nathalievandenberg
Absolutely love the presets! I feel like my instagram has been so much better - it’s more lively & colorful & getting a lot of attention. So thank you!!
Love love love! Thank you Angie for making it so easy to edit photos
I love these presets it made my instagram look much more prettier
Presets are beautiful, make every pic look stunning. We all have a long way to go to rach Aggie's level, but that makes it way easier.
So happy I took a chance and bought some of aggie’s Presets! I get so many questions now about my page and everyone is always wondering how I edit my photos. Her presets really did transform my instagram and it’s even grown since doing so!
the presets are amazing! I feel so in love with my new feed! ❤️ seriously I love them!
see my photos with the presets @isiwolf in instagram! xx
Love these presets! It has been so much easier and faster to edit photos! I love that they are all so different and I can always find one to work on each photo!