Meridian Presets Essence Presets Free Download

Meridian Presets Essence Presets Free Download

Essence delivers a sleek, minimalist style that elevates every photograph’s inherent charm and feeling. Ideal for photographers seeking to attain a refined, sophisticated appearance, these presets articulate elegance in their simplicity. Amidst the clutter of daily information and visual overload, the purified aesthetic of Essence shines, providing a serene oasis. They enable your images to weave enduring and deeply resonant narratives.


9 x Diverse Lightroom Presets, each offering unique tonal adjustments and mood settings to elevate your photography’s aesthetic. 9 x AI Tools for Lightroom, designed to intelligently fine-tune elements like exposure, color balance, and skin retouching with precision. ( ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE DESKTOP VERSION )


The minimal requirements to run the presets are Adobe Lightroom Classic 11 or higher and Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 14 or higher. We do suggest using our presets with the latest versions. Please note: These presets are only available as .XMP-files.


For Lightroom Classic (Desktop): Open Lightroom Classic and go to the Develop module. On the left panel, look for the Presets panel. Right-click on the Presets panel and select Import Presets. Navigate to the location where your presets are saved, select them, and click Import. Your imported presets will now be available in the Presets panel under the User Presets group or another specified group if they were organized as such. For Adobe Camera Raw (ACR): Open a RAW File in ACR: Right-click on a RAW file and select “Open in Camera Raw” to launch ACR. Access the Presets Panel: Once ACR is open, look for the Presets icon on the right-hand side of the screen.

It typically looks like three sliders (shadows, midtones, highlights) – this will open the Presets panel. Import Presets: In the Presets panel, click on the three dots menu icon at the top right corner and select “Import Profiles & Presets.” Select and Import Your Presets: Navigate to where your presets are saved. They will either be in .xmp or .lrtemplate format (though .xmp is more common in recent versions). Select the presets you wish to import and click “Import.”



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