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I’ve compiled some of the most popular questions that’s been brought up over the years. Hopefully this can assist you well.
They are pre-defined settings in the abovementioned programs (sliders, curves, and other numeric calibrations) designed to create a certain look / feel / color palette in the photos to which they are applied.
macOS: Users\YOUR NAME\Library\Application Support\Adobe\Camera Raw\Settings
Nope, it’s all good. I’ve tested my Presets effectively on almost all camera models and image profiles of the following major makers: Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, and Leica (DSLRs and Mirrorless both). So rest assured they’ll work on just about any color photo.
If you are looking to color grade photos on your phone, it's better to use Snapseed from the App Store or Google Play instead.
First of all, before this actually happens, back up your products that you've purchased. Each product will expire after 1 download. However if you truly lost it, you'll just have to buy it again.
Due to the digital nature of the Presets. There are no refunds for any transaction.
Every now and then depending on the season, certain Presets will go on sale. But that's not always guaranteed.
On the other hand, if you know how to capture a decent photo - properly exposed, focused, and all the rest of it, my Presets will do wonders for you. They’re an awesome starting point for the creation of moody tones and happy vibes. So it really depends on you. To learn more about unlocking the full potential of my Presets, check out my Education resource.
You mean improving workflow and efficiency to reach a goal faster with the assistance of technology, then ok yes.
Do you drive a car or take public transport to a destination quicker? If so, maybe just walk as to not cheat. (⌐■_■)
Never. I only give you the file you need, and not a million different items to make the product seem more worth it. I give you a clean starting base (which defaults to the profile of Adobe Color) and encourage you to learn the actual editing software for further tweaks.
Yes you can, but it won't look nearly as good. The Presets were engineered to work with Raw images instead.
You don't have to. (•_•)