My Best Fall Lightroom Presets

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fall Lightroom Presets

This pack of free fall Lightroom presets is designed to accentuate the colors of fall or autumn, and can in some cases convert green foliage to the copper tones of fall. They can be used with a wide variety of images, but work best with photos that heavily contain leaves and foliage.

Presets Included:

  • Summer to Fall
  • Fall Sunset
  • Summer to Fall II
  • Fall Light
  • Red Leaf Boost
  • Yellow Leaf Boost
  • Foggy
  • Crushed Shadows
  • Bright Red
  • Tea

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Read about how to install presets using this article, and download free photos for editing if you want some additional images to use the presets on. The main page contains the full range of Lightroom presets for free download.

Note: You can use these fall presets in any way you like, but you cannot re-sell or re-package them, and please link back to with your finished images so that I can take a look!

Free Fall Presets

These free fall presets are best suited to images containing plenty of leaves, with some able to recreate a fall color effect on green leaves. You can see examples of all the presets on the one image below, with before and afters for each of the presets following this.

Free fall presets

Examples of the types of images that these presets work on are below, in these unedited RAW photos. You should use similar photos to these to get the best effects from the presets.

Fall presets for Lightroom

1. Summer to Fall

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2. Fall Sunset

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after applying the preset

3. Summer to Fall II

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after applying the preset

4. Fall Light

before applying the preset
after applying the preset

5. Red Leaf Boost

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6. Yellow Leaf Boost

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after applying the preset

7. Foggy

before applying the preset
after applying the preset

8. Crushed Shadows

before applying the preset
after applying the preset

9. Bright Red

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after applying the preset

10. Tea

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after applying the preset

Autumn Preset Lightroom Mobile

To use these autumn presets in Lightroom Mobile, you will first need to install them in Lightroom for desktop, then after syncing to the cloud, they will become available in Lightroom Mobile. Read more about syncing presets.

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