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In order to be able to install your presets, you need the app Lightroom and RAR from the Google Play Store.

Installation after purchase:
1.You will receive a download link by email. When using the payment method Klarna SofortΓΌberweisung, it can take up to 3 working days for the link to be sent.

2.Click on the link and save the file. You can now find your downloaded files in the Files app in the Downloads folder.

ATTENTION: Please always use the Safari browser on your iPhone, as there are fewer problems here.

3.You can now open the purchased files using the RAR app. All you have to do is tap on the .zip folder.

4.Tap on the .dng file in the zip folder to save it in your pictures.

5. Now open the Lightroom app. Here you can now import the images and save the presets as filters.

6.Import the image you just saved by tapping on the + icon which you can find on the bottom right. The filter file is stored in your library as an all gray image.

7.The message “Cannot load image” is not an error.

8.Tap on the tick in the top right corner and confirm the import.

9.Now tap on the image you just imported.Now tap on the β€’β€’β€’ icon at the top right.

10.Now various options have opened. Tap the Create Preset box.

11.You almost made it! Tap the “Preset Name” field to name your preset, e.g. MIAMIWI Winter Dream.
12.To help you find your presets faster in Lightroom , you can create a new preset group. To do this, tap on the “Preset group” field and create a new preset group, e.g. Presets by Miamiwi.

13. As a final step, all you have to do is confirm the default with the tick in the top right!


Under the menu item “Defaults” you will now find your presets. Since you created a new preset group, you will find your presets in this group. Simply tap the drop-down menu in the top left after selecting the “Presets” menu item from the bottom bar. The default group “Color” should be selected there as the default. There you can now select your created preset group. This is set as the standard and will always appear first in the future.