The first step will be to download your purchase and then unzip the folder.

  1. Open Lightroom.

  2. Select a photo and open the ‘Develop’ Module.

  3. Find Presets on the left hand side and click the Plus (+) button.

  4. Click Import Presets.

  5. Locate your presets you have unzipped, select them, and click Import.

  6. You will now see them under ‘User Presets’


  1. Make sure you have the Adobe Lightroom Classic CC program on your desktop computer.

  2. Go to "LAURAREID_PRESETS” folder that’s been unzipped, this is where you’ll find the presets. Copy this folder.

  3. Open Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.

  4. Go to Lightroom > Preferences > Presets > Show Lightroom Develop Presets.

  5. Go to “Camera RAW” Folder > over to the “Settings” Folder.

  6. Paste the “LAURAREID_PRESETS” folder here. Click on the Develop Preset folder, right click, and paste.

  7. Restart Lightroom and you will see them now under ‘Presets’ in the ‘Develop’ Module. 



  1. Download and install the FREE Adobe Lightroom CC App from the Mobile App Store.

  2.  Go to your email confirmation and click the link below ‘Digital Downloads’. This will prompt you to an internet browser and ask you to download the Preset Pack. Click DOWNLOAD.
  3. Unzip the folder of presets that you downloaded. You can easily do this on a computer.  On a PC, just right-click on the zipped folder and choose "Extract All" from the menu of options. On a Mac, just double-click the file and Mac's unzipping utility does the rest. If you do this step on a phone, you will need to download the WinZip app (iOS app or Android app) or the Unzip App (IOS) to your phone. Open the unzip app on your mobile phone and while in it locate the zip file on your device. Opening the files will unzip them. 

  4. Save all the DNG files as images

  5. Open your Lightroom Mobile App and import images
  6. Click on one of the newly imported files, then click on the three dots inside a circle in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. From there, choose “Create Preset” from the menu that appears. Give your preset a name. We recommend to type the same name that is on the front of the preset image (to keep things simple). You should also put the preset in a Preset Group. By default, it will be in the User Presets group. Creating a new group with your new collection’s name will keep the presets from each collection together. Do these same steps for each DNG/preset file.
  7. If you're more of a visual learner I'd suggest jumping over to YouTube there are a TON of tutorials on how to do this!