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Britta Livengood Presets!

It’s here! Today is the day, and I am SO EXCITED to tell you that I have released four of my presets to use on your photos!

Those of you that have been around a while know that I am obsessed with all things pictures. #AlwaysHaveBeen #AlwaysWillBe! From staging, dressing up, props, editing, to sharing them, the whole process is such a fun pastime for me.

I continually get messages asking how I get my photos to look the way they do. Brighter, lighter and a pop of color! Finally, I can give others the chance to love their photos as much as I love mine.



What is a Preset?

A preset is a specific filter for your photos that can be slightly altered or adjusted when using. Instead of using Instagrams same old filter, a preset allows you to create a style and setting for your photographs and can turn your Instagram or Facebook photos into a cohesive feed.

The way I look at it, you have makeup to wear on your face, and presets are basically the makeup you put on your photo.

A lot of my mobile presets are for users to transform the colors and brightness of their photos using the Lightroom mobile app (it’s free!) They can help make certain colors pop, or increase the brightness of the photo, making it lighter and your white’s whiter.

Check out some of my presets here, and when I like to use them on my feed.


Bright with Vibrant Colors Preset

This is my number one, absolute favorite preset that I use on 95% of my photos!

Changes this preset will do you your photos:
-Make your blues more teal
-Make red’s pop
-Make’s oranges a little brighter
-Dull the colors green and yellow
-Make’s your white’s lighter (less yellow)

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Cotton Candy Smoothie Preset

This is definitely my second favorite to use. I use this when I really want to bring out greens and light yellows.

Changes this preset will do you your photos:
-Makes your blues and pinks lighter (like cotton candy)
-Make reds and greens lighter
-Make yellow’s pop
-Make’s oranges a little brighter
-Make’s your white’s lighter (less yellow)
-Gives an opposite grain effect, so on high-quality photos it may make skin look smoother (hence smoothie)

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Pumpkin Spice Preset

Any idea which season this preset works best in? I use this one in the fall to have a fun, cohesive look for autumn. This is also a great preset all year long if you are going for a natural, earthy tone for your feed.

Changes this preset will do you your photos:
-Pull out earthy tones
-Make yellows and oranges stand out
-Make reds more burnt
-Dull greens and blues

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Lose the Winter Blues

Another somewhat seasonal preset, but can be used all year long as well. Personally, I like to use this one in the winter to have a creamy, bright effect on my photos.

Changes this preset will do you your photos:
-Make your blues very light, sometimes almost white (hence the name)
-Make red softer, almost an orange at times
-Dull most colors in general
-Make’s your white’s lighter (less yellow)

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If you are interested in purchasing one of my presets but would like to try out a photo first, feel free to email me the photo at and I’d be happy to show you what it would look like with the preset.

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