SG - 1 - Base
This preset is my go-to for a clean edit with a nice punch in the highlights. The tones are on the warmer side, but not too warm.
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SG - 2 - Base
Base 2 is a sibling of base 1 with less of a punch in the highlights, but more punch happening in the colors. It has more dynamic range and a bit more red in the skin tones.
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SG - 3 - Base
Base 3 is the most vibrant of all of the base presets. It’s still similar to the others, but overall less moody with a good vibrant feel and clean look. This is my go-to for fun reception flash photos or anything where I want a good happy edit.
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SG - 4 - Base
This is the moodiest of all of the base presets. It has less punch in the colors but much more in the highlights. This is my go-to in moody weather, photos with dynamic ambient lighting, and photos with strong highlights.
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SG - 5 - Film
This preset has bright highlights and vibrant greens with warmer hues in the highlights and greens in the shadows. This is my go-to for creative shots with greens.
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SG - 6 - Film
Film 6 is softer than Film 5 and a little more red. There are beautiful blues in the highlights and in the shadows while having some warmth in the midtones. This film preset will also give a more creamy look to your edit that is to die for.
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SG - 7 - Fuji
This Preset is a good blend of moody yet colorful. It has higher contrast, a more green hue while being slightly less saturated, and warm skin tones. I love using this preset with grass, dynamic lighting, and details.
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SG - 8 - Fuji
Fuji 8 is more green than yellow. It’ll feel less warm while still having a very similar look as Fuji 7. I feel that Fuji 8 pairs well with more neutral environments and golden hour. It also gives off a disposable camera vibe when paired with a direct flash image.
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SG - 9 - Moody
You can expect this dynamic preset to have desaturated greens with a warm skin tone and some blue in the highlights.
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SG - 10 - Moody
Moody 10 is darker than moody 9 with more of a dark blue hue in the shadows, giving in that dreamy + cinematic look.
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SG - 11 - BW - Timeless
This BW preset is timeless and clean. It isn’t too retro or soft, but nice and in the middle. Using this black and white will give you edits that will last a lifetime. This is my go-to BW that I use 90% of the time.
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SG - 12 - BW - Photobooth
This fun and unique preset is what I use the other 5% of the time. It’s soft, hazy, and retro, giving you that photo booth and film feeling without being overly edited. I love using the photo booth preset on fun detail shots, soft images, or quirky poses.
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Masks

Gradient Mask

The first mask is a gradient mask, which I like using because it adds brightness and highlights to just the top of your images, which for me creates a mood and overall feeling to the image.

Moody Mask

The second mask is a moody mask. You can apply this on top of any preset to give it an extra moody feeling. It will soften the image and bloom your highlights in a truly magical way. If you know my work, you know that I love blooming highlights, which is why I use a dream filter on top of my lens for almost all of my work. This mask is meant to give a very similar feeling, without having to have a filter on your camera.

Sunset Enhancer

The final mask is the sunset enhancer. This is an AI-generated mask that will help bring out your sunset, or background without affecting your subjects. I love this mask any time I’m trying to make the sunset pop.

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Moody
Sunset Enhancer
PRESET FAQ's
Base Presets
The base presets were made to be soft, timeless, true to color, yet a little bit moody.
Film Presets
The two film presets were created to replicate the look of my film photos. We took raws and film shots from the same shoots and created film 5 + 6. These are clean, soft, dreamy, and nostalgic, and meant to replicate real film without making the images look overly retro. As a film lover myself these are super fun to put on detail shots, harsh lighting, + anything with green!
Fuji Presets
Fuji 7 + 8 are meant to replicate two of my favorite recipes I use in my Fujifilm cameras.
Moody Presets
Both of the moody presets are moody but still colorful. They are not your traditional moody preset that is red and brown, but instead is a more blue and orange version of moody. To me, I love the cinematic feeling that they give.
Masks
We designed not only one, but three different masks for you to use on top of your presets for you to truly elevate your images.
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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)
Summer Grace 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 SUMMER GRACE PRESETS
  • 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 SUMMER GRACE PRESETS
  • 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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