Photobug 1
An instant lift for otherwise flat images, this bright vibrant preset comes with both a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast while retaining skin tones. The (+) adds contrast and a bit of saturation. images courtesy of: Brittany Boote Photography - @brittanyboote, and Dallas & Sabrina Photography @dallaskphotography
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Photobug 2
Photobug 2 is an honest approach to keeping everything beautiful in the image. Superb for sunsets and any image you want to keep true to color. Comes with a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast, flutters in a film vibe with grain, and retains skin tones. The (+) adds contrast and a sip of saturation. images courtesy of: Brittany Boote Photography - @brittanyboote, and Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
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Photobug 3
Shy and radiant, this soft preset offers cooler tones that look incredible over portraits. Comes with a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast and adds a bit of a haze to the image. The (+) adds contrast and saturation. images courtesy of: Brittany Boote Photography - @brittanyboote, and Erin Schmidt Photo - @erinschmidtphoto
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Photobug 4
Cue the hue. Photobug 4 layers blue/teal tonality into highlights without effecting skin tones that creates a dreamy texture on images. Includes a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast and retains skin tones. The (+) adds a good amount of contrast and a bit of saturation. images courtesy of: Daniel Satmari - @daniel.satmari.photographer, and Kylie Farmer - @kyliefarmerphotography
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Photobug 5
A plainly cool preset, Photobug 5 ushers a bit of blue into the shadows while taming greens for an overall cooling effect that delights every frame. Comes with a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast, retains skin tones, and adds grain for a subtle film vibe. The (+) adds contrast and a bit of saturation. images courtesy of: Greg Petersen, and Dallas & Sabrina Photography - @dallaskphotography
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Photobug 6
Less is more with Photobug 6. This subtle preset packs a loving punch that breathes new life to images without altering original colors too much. Comes with a plus (+) and minus (-) version. The (-) removes contrast and retains skin tones. The (+) adds contrast and a bit of saturation. images courtesy of: Dawn Kathryn - @ dawnkathrynphoto, and Dallas & Sabrina Photography - @dallaskphotography
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Photobug 7 BW
A clean, straightforward staple. This easy to use black and white will never disappoint. image courtesy of: Dallas & Sabrina Photography - @dallaskphotography
Photobug 8 BW
A brighter, higher contrasted clean black and white that levels up an image in a hurry. It's hard not to love how effective this preset is. image courtesy of: Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
Photobug - Super 8 - 1
One part haze, one part grain, and a dusting of green/blue tonality makes for a quick recipe in this preset that'll take you back to the softer days of Super 8 Film.
image courtesy of: Brittany Boote - @brittanyboote
image courtesy of: Brittany Boote - @brittanyboote
Photobug - Super 8 - 2
A sibling of Super 8 - 1, this preset has a pinch less haze and a bit more contrast.
image courtesy of: Sofia Lopez Photography - @sofialopezphotography_
image courtesy of: Brittany Boote - @brittanyboote
Photobug - Super 8 - 3
Getting a warm up, Super 8 - 3 brings more red in skin tone and a healthy amount of haze and grain to the image. The vibes are strong on this one.
image courtesy of: Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
image courtesy of: Kylie Farmer Photography - @kyliefarmerphotography
Photobug - Super 8 - 4
Similar to Super 8 - 3, this preset offers less haze and a bit more contrast.
image courtesy of: Brittany Boote - @brittanyboote
image courtesy of: Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
Photobug - Super 8 - 5 BW
This soft filmy BW is loaded with grain and uniquely charming.
Daniel Satmari - @daniel.satmari.photographer
image courtesy of: Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
Photobug - Super 8 - 6 BW
Softer, hazier, and warmer than Super 8 - 5 BW. This preset is a banger for even the most loyal fans of Super 8 film.
image courtesy of: Kylie Farmer Photography - @kyliefarmerphotography
image courtesy of: Brittany Boote - @brittanyboote
Photobug Presets - Super 8 - Effects
This playful set of Dust, Light Leak, Borders, and Edge Blur effects are an easy way to add a fun film look to your images without having to leave Lightroom. These Super 8 effects are to be used after you’ve finished editing with the Super 8 presets. With Lightroom version 11.4 (or newer) you'll be able to quickly feather these effects in or out as you please. Keep in mind, the Dust, and Light Leak presets tend to use up a lot of CPU so we recommend using them after you’re done with all your tweaking. *it may be difficult to view the Dust effects on a mobile device so viewing on a desktop is strongly encouraged. image courtesy of: Take It Photo - @takeitphoto
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Light Leak 1
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White Border
Black Border
Blur Edges 1
Blur Edges 2
Photobug Presets
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*For Lightroom Classic CC (version 7.5 or later), Lightroom CC (version 1.3 or later), or Adobe Camera Raw (version 10.5 or later)
Photobug Presets
Lightroom Classic CC version 7.5 or later
Lightroom CC version 1.3 or later
Adobe Camera Raw (version 10.5 or later) for Mac
Adobe Camera Raw (version 10.5 or later) for Windows (xmp files)
  • 1. After you have downloaded your presets DO NOT unzip the file
  • 2. Open Lightroom and go to the Develop Module with an image
  • 3. Click on the + icon in the Preset Panel. Select “Import Presets”
  • 4. Navigate to the downloaded presets zip file
  • 5. Click “Import”
  • 1. Open Adobe Lightroom CC
  • 2. Select File > Import Profiles and Presets
  • 3. Select the downloaded preset folder and click ‘Import’
  • 4. Open the photo you would like to edit, click the edit toolbar on the right-hand side of Lightroom and then you’ll find the imported preset when you select the ‘Presets’ button
  • 1. Make sure you're closed out of your Photoshop application
  • 2. Unzip the zip file that was downloaded
  • 3. On your Desktop Finder click GO
  • 4. Hold down the ⌥ Option key and click Library
  • 5. Click through the following folders Application Support>Adobe>Camera Raw>Settings
  • 6. Locate the Folders titled PHOTOBUG PRESETS, PHOTOBUG SUPER 8 PRESETS and PHOTOBUG SUPER EFFECTS
  • 7. While holding down the ⌥ Option key drag the presets into the Settings folder you located
  • 8. Now Launch Photoshop with a RAW image and your presets will be located in ACR under the Presets icon
  • 1. Make sure you're closed out of your Photoshop application
  • 2. Unzip the zip file that was downloaded
  • 3. Go to this file location on your computer C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\Settings
  • 4. Locate the folders titled PHOTOBUG PRESETS, PHOTOBUG SUPER 8 PRESETS and PHOTOBUG SUPER EFFECTS
  • 5. Hit Ctrl+C to copy the folder
  • 6. Go to the Settings folder you located and hit Ctrl+V to paste the folder
  • 7. Now Launch Photoshop with a RAW image and your presets will be located in ACR under the Presets icon
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Photobug Presets
Photobug Presets: A collaboration with Photobug Community
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