Lightroom Users: Try Mini Quick Clicks FREE!
Adjust white balance, revive dull colors, correct exposures and more with just one click. Sample the power and flexibility Lightroom presets offer you with our FREE MCP Mini Quick Clicks™ Set.
You already rely on MCP Actions for Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to help you create gorgeous, artistic images with minimal time and effort. Now, we’re offering Lightroom users the same one-click convenience and eye-catching results, plus the advantages of a Lightroom-based workflow. Whether you shoot RAW or JPEG images, you’ll appreciate the time and energy you’ll save by using MCP Quick Clicks presets for processing all your photos. Make subtle changes or dramatic edits–all completely reversible. Give all the images from one shoot a consistent style in just seconds.
We’re so sure you’ll love MCP Quick Clicks Collection that we’re offering a sample of 17 unique Lightroom presets and custom resets as a FREE download. Organized in an intuitive, folder-based structure, MCP Mini Quick Clicks are easy to navigate and even easier to use. These unique presets are a perfect introduction to one-click photo editing with Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw for CS2-CS5.
Once you’ve whetted your appetite, check out the MCP Quick Clicks Collection for Lightroom. The super-set includes more than 200 additional presets and custom resets. Don’t miss out! Get Mini Quick Clicks today.
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Here are a few samples edits:
Photo below edited with Ice Cream Shoppe Preset and Increase Exposure 1 Stop
Photo below edited with Light Bright Colors Preset
Photo below edited with True Colors Preset and Increase Exposure 1/2 Stop
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