As a gift, download ERIC KIM PRESETS >
Either directly download them from these links or add them to the cart.
- Also download “Eric Kim Lightroom Workflow“
The presets are a work in progress, and designed to simulate the look of film. I was trying to make my digital photos look like my film photos, and all the presets I personally use.
The preset I use all the time is the “Eric Kim Monochrome 1600” high-contrast black and white preset. It is optimized for the Ricoh GR II.
When I shoot color, I use the Eric Kim Color 1600 Preset (also optimized for Ricoh GR, but should work ok on any camera).
Also included are some older presets, in-case you want to use them, edit them, remix them, or mess around with them:
- Eric Kim Color 1600
- Eric Kim Neopan 1600
- Eric Kim Portra
- Eric Kim Ricoh Portra
- Eric Kim Tri-X 1600
Instructions to Install Presets
- Open up Lightroom
- Go in the “Develop” module (hotkey “D”)
- Under the “Presets” drop-down menu (bottom-left) right-click (or on Mac, control+click) and click “Import…” and then select your presets from your “Downloads” folder
- Apply to your image
Lightroom and Editing Tutorials
Editing: The art of choosing your best photos (not to be confused with post-processing).
## DOWNLOAD PDF
– Eric Kim Lightroom Classic CC Workflow Visualization by Eric Kim Annette Kim HAPTIC
## LIGHTROOM HOTKEYS
Here are my personal favorite Lightroom hotkeys:
- E: Enlarge photo
- Shift + Tab: Collapse Side Bars
- P: Pick a photo you like
- <- or -> : Scroll Left/Right on your photos (keyboard arrows)
- F: Full screen
- G: Gallery/Grid View
- U: Unpick favorite photo
- D: Develop
- Command+A: Select all photos
If you’re new to Lightroom, here are some tutorials that can help you:
- How to Edit a Photography Project in Lightroom
- How I Edit My Photos in Lightroom
- How to Use Lightroom in 10 Minutes For Beginners
- Eric Kim Lightroom Presets
Learn how to choose your best photos:
- How to Choose Your Best Photos
- Be Your Own Harshest Critic
- Nobody Wants to Look at Your Photos
- 15 Tips How to Choose Your Best Photos
Also you can learn more on how to choose your best photos with Contact Sheets
Here are all the free resources you need to master the fundamentals of photography.