Using Presets on the Eiffel Tower

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I’ve just returned from a fantastic girls trip to France. After spending 4-1/2 days in Paris, we headed to the South of France where we spent a few more days exploring before heading back home. I’ve been friends with most of my travel companions for over 20 years. I’m so lucky to have friends like these and to be able to share such an amazing experience with them!

Our first day in Paris was filled with beautiful blue skies and puffy white clouds. We were expecting lots of rain, so it was quite a pleasant surprise! I wish I could say the entire trip was sun, blue skies and pretty clouds, but alas, the rain did come, as did snow! Yes, snow, in Paris! It was lovely. Cold and a bit gray, but lovely! More of that to come in a future post.

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But for now, I’ve uploaded all 2200+ images into Lightroom. I’m in the process of rating, key wording and editing my images. The one above is one of my favorites so far, so I’ve used it to play with to see what style / look I want to go with. I used some of my favorite presets from My Four Hens (M4H)Β – Sarah has developed some of my favorite go-to presets, and onOne Vintage presets – I’m loving the looks created with this Eiffel Tower shot.

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I know I’ll be posting lots more from this trip, but I’m having fun with the presets and wanted to share. Any Lightroom presets you use and love? Please share!

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Thanks for stopping by and have a joyful, creative, blessing filled day!
Live creatively!
xoxo,
/c

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