Here is an example of presets you can use once installed in Photoshop:
Step 1. To see your libraries, go to windows > libraries. Then in the Libraries tab, click on create a new library:
Step 2. Name your new library, now you go to file> open> select the presets that you want:
Step 3. All the your files are going to open in Photoshop, so you have to click on the second icon add graphic:
Step 4. Now your preset is in your library so you can go to file> close, and you do that for each preset.
Here you go, you just have to play around with the presets now!
You can find amazing presets that I created to add lens flares and bokeh here.
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