3 color + 1 black and white

There’s something for everyone! I am personally drawn to very specific colors and tones but I LOVE to use them in a variety of different ways that allows my editing to remain cohesive yet be unique and versatile at the same time. So I created 3 presets that emulate the 3 stylistic spins I lean toward depending on the shoot, the location, the vibe of my couple, and the overall feel of the day. I truly feel like an artist (that’s you!) needs multiple templates of inspiration to work from that represent the ever evolving creative mind, yet still allow their work to be uniquely recognizable and consistent to them. I designed these 3 presets to be those creative templates that allow you to go anywhere you want!


Eliminate the guessing game of what to do next. These modifiers were designed based off of every lighting situation I find myself in and the tweaks I immediately make next. 

Blacks +

Something I never fail to do on an image. A quick added boost for extra depth in your image.

Blacks ++

A quick added boost for extra extra depth in your image.

Contrast -

A quick fix reduction in contrast to immediately see where you want your image to head.

Contrast +

For those hazy situations. A quick added fix to create contrast between those shadows and highlights.

Reduce Green

Because let's face it, we all know greens can be various shades, from beautiful even shades to bright neon. The preset is designed for the average green color. When faced with those neons, consider them reduced with one click.


Seems self explanatory, but it works in a way that is subtle and not overwhelming. Gives that little boost of color in those lighting situations that seem to make them hazy or dull them a bit too much.

Toning | Cool

Toning is where the majority of editing styles vary. These modifiers allow for the MOST versatility in your image. Cool them down by bringing out bright whites and cooler shadows while maintaining stunningly warm skin tones.

Toning | Warm

A personal favorite. Adding just a bit more warmth to those shadows & highlights that makes the whites a little creamer and the colors even more golden.

Toning | Warm +

Taking warmth one step further with the golden tones. Perfect for sunset shots that allow the warmth to really dominate the image. 


Blacks | Deepen

Making those rich blacks even richer.

Blacks | Lift

Allowing the blacks to blend with the highlights. Seeing every aspect of the image clearly.

Contrast | Reduction

A quick fix reduction in contrast.

Contrast | Addition

A quick fix contrast addition; sometimes that’s all the love a black and white really needs.

Open Midtones | Brighten

Brightening the images highlights and creating an overall brighter black and white.

True Monochrome

I love a little bit of color and warmth in my black and white, but I also love a clean and classic black and white image. If you are battling with straying from the traditional, I understand the feeling and I’ve got you covered with this modifier.

I created and designed these brushes to amplify my final image, and I use them religiously! I probably brush 90% of my image in some way. Besides typical dodging and burning, these three custom brushes are designed for specific situations that I find myself in often and knew I wouldn’t be alone so I included them in the pack!

Golden Sunset

This brush is for amplifying the sunset and surrounding scenery to create that stunning golden hour glow! Many times we have to focus on exposing our subjects properly that we aren’t able to get the background exactly right, and not doing justice to a stunning sunset is robbery so I created this guy to bring it back to life. Gently brush it over the background and an image turns from dull to bold and epic.

Skin De-Red

I use this on 75% of my images! Skin tends to look dark and red in shadows, or sometimes skin is naturally flush. No matter the cause, this quickly does the trick creating beautiful even skin tones and your subjects' faces clear and visible. 

Blue Be Gone

Clouds and certain lighting can cast blue on subjects hair and clothes. A super quick fix for evening it out and getting rid of the disruptive blue cast

Photo by Hannah Opperman



Lots of education

I won’t be leaving you hanging with the preset wondering what to do next! I wanted to create education for anything I could possibly think of that could be a potential question for you!

Editing course included

Watch me go through hundreds of images and explain in depth my thought process behind the presets and when + where I use each one, how I modify them, and exactly how you can maximize their use to the fullest! Along with editing my images I will also be editing tons of submitted images by you all! So that way you can see them used in various lighting situations, environments, camera settings and gear!

In depth PDF

In depth PDF explaining the modifiers & brushes and when I use them so you can have a quick guide to reference! You won’t be left questioning what each one is for or have to spend time rewinding and fast forwarding the video!
Detailed recommended camera and shoot settings to make sure you are fully set to make the most use out of the presets when you’re finally ready to edit in Lightroom!