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How to install Lightroom Mobile Presets without a computer

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

The Bahamas

The purpose of this blog is to guide you through how to install the mobile presets without the need of a computer. If you haven't already, please check out my presets/photo editing filters from the link below:

Step 1: Download the preset

After purchasing the preset, you will receive the link right on the web page or you can also download them from your email. Click on the download button

Step 2: Unzip the files

Your download will be on the top right. Click on the down arrow at the top right corner, then you will be directed to 'My Files' where you can simply click on the file name 'APW Ultimate Presets Pack' to unzip.

After unzipping the zip folder, you will see a blue folder named 'Anniepwanderlust Presets'.

Click on that folder and you will see 2 subfolders, one is for the desktop and the other one is for mobile.

Now you will need to click on the folder 'APW Mobile Presets'

Select all of the picture in this folder, then click on the arrow button at the bottom left (circled in yellow)

Step 3: Installing the presets in Lightroom Mobile

Select Lightroom to proceed, if you don't see it, click on 'More' and then find the Lightroom program (assuming you have already installed it).

You will now see all of the pictures imported into your Lightroom. Click on one picture and then select the 3 dots on the top right corner

Now you can either click on 'copy settings' and and repeat the same step when opening your picture to 'paste settings'. The preset will be applied into your picture after clicking on the 'paste settings' button.

You can also click on 'Create Preset' (recommended way) to save the preset for future use. You can name the preset however you like. After saving all the presets, you can simply open your picture, scroll right until you find Presets. Select a suitable preset for your picture and you're all done!

Please keep in mind that each of the picture is different, hence small adjustments such as Exposure is required. That could be easily in the 'Light' section in Lightroom. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions and I hope you enjoy this tutorial!

Lots of love,

Annie Pham



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