Pax Shakespeare Mobile Presets Download Page
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We can’t wait for you to enjoy these tools as you capture life beautifully…
Note: this is a single user license, which is strictly for your own benefit and cannot be shared… thanks for keeping these to yourself!
Read these instructions first, then click the button below to download your files.
*Scroll down for a video walking you through the install!
STEP 1: Get the .DNG Files onto your phone
You need to download the .DNG files and save them (save image) to your mobile device.
You can do this by opening the zipped file below and sending them to your mobile device using Airdrop, Dropbox, or iCloud. Or you can open this page on your mobile device and download your presets directly to your mobile device. The presets are zipped, though, so if you choose the mobile method, you will need to make sure you are running the latest version of iOS. If not, you will need to download an app on your mobile device to unzip the file to install your presets. Unzip works well for the job.
Note: Your camera roll on your mobile device will not be able to read the image yet, so it will look blank. Don’t worry.
STEP 2: Prepare Lightroom Mobile
Open the Lightroom Mobile app on your mobile device and click on the books icon in the top left corner. Then, click the “create an album” button (or + sign) in the albums section below. Title the new album “Pax Presets” (or your name of choice).
STEP 3: Add the .DNG files
Click on the new album to open it. Then tap the blue button (add image/file) and select the .DNG file from your camera roll that you sent to your phone/tablet in step 1. (Repeat this step for each preset.)
STEP 4: Create presets
Click on the added image, then tap the “…” icon in the top right corner and click “create preset” from the list. On the next screen, name your preset. (Repeat this step for each preset. You can group your Pax Presets in a folder to keep them organized if you like.)
Note: we have updated the delivery format since this video was recorded. Now, instead of accessing the files in your email, you will access them from the link above. Otherwise, the instructions should be accurate.