Deep brown tone Lightroom Mobile Preset Free Download

Deep Brown Tone Lightroom Mobile Preset Free Download

Deep brown tone Lightroom Mobile Preset Free Download: Deep Brown Lightroom mobile preset is a premium lightroom preset that every photographer and photo editor should have. This preset is also known as the dark brown preset. Using this preset you can easily bring a brown tone in your portrait or landscape photos. This project will be very useful for you in your creative click or with Instagram model picks.

All our presets are pre-tested on different images. But please remember that all Lightroom presets work differently because each photo is unique (light, color, etc.) You can make small adjustments and find perfect settings! Use this preset as the basis for working with an image.

Recommended adjustments:

  • Radial Gradient
  • Exposure
  • Contrast
  • Blacks
  • Saturation
  • Color Mix


Check the before and after photos of Deep brown tone Lightroom Mobile Preset

Deep brown tone Lightroom Mobile Preset before and after
before and after

Sometimes presets don’t work on every photo, so try to edit some settings manually to get better results on your photos. If the face or skin color in your photo becomes dark while using this preset, increase the red and orange color luminance in the color mix tools.

How to use Deep brown tone Lightroom Mobile Preset :

  • First, open the Lightroom mobile app.
  • Tap on the Image Import option and import the DNG preset.
  • Also, import the photos you want to edit later.
  • Now tap on the preset, click on the three dots options on the top right side and choose Copy Settings.
  • After copying the settings, open your photos and tap on the same options, and select the paste setting option.
  • done, you have successfully applied the preset.

Dark brown preset download

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