I have been recently asked to write a review about Sleeklens presets for lightroom. I must say I don't use presets that often anymore because I'm "heavy" Photoshop user and most my work is done in Photoshop however I know a lot of photographers use Lightroom only or mostly for very different reasons, some of them don't wish to spend a lot of time on editing like I do, (but this is my choice, I just love to do it), some don't know how to use Photoshop, some just prefer lightroom.
Photoshop and Lightroom are using same future with is Camera Raw. Camera Raw is a part of Photoshop and Lightroom is pretty much Camera Row.
But I waste supposed to write an review, right so:
https://sleeklens.com there is a website you can find all presets
This is what I think:
- there is a good amount of presets for everyone from someone who does weddings to someone who takes landscape only
- those presets could be part of your workflow or just a reference point to start your editing well it is up to you
- they are well organised and named so if you know what you looking for there shall be no confiusion
- what I like a lot is, a big collection of presets for your brush in LR, I must say I didn't play with them a lot but I do like an Idea to have brush presets for anything you need to do with your pix
My conclusion is: if you looking for bunch of presets and you don't wish to spend a lot time browsing websites and searching for right one or you don't want to create you own then visiting those websites could be a solution.
I will leave it up to you. You have to decide if you want to give it a go or not but visiting website definetly wouldn't hurt you and can actually make your LR preset colection big and very useful.