General FAQ

Can I return a preset/action if I don’t like how it looks on my photos?
Unfortunately there are no refunds or returns on any presets or actions.

I paid for an action but I haven’t gotten it.
All presets and actions will be sent to your paypal email, please check that first and foremost. Make sure to check your junk/spam folder to make sure it was not displaced. If for any reason you still cannot find it, please email me at jesskobeissi@gmail with the paypal email used to pay and I will help you manually.

There is no guarantee that every action or preset will work perfectly with your photo. Every action is made differently and will work specifically with each photo based on lighting, color balance and other elements. I try my best to make the actions to work with all photos, but again, it’s not guaranteed! To get the best result of any action or preset, after loading a preset tweak it to your liking. Play with the settings and experiment!

Installing Photoshop Curves
Installing Lightroom Presets
Installing Photoshop Actions

Installing Photoshop Actions

First make sure that your actions palette is out.
Press F9 or go to Window > Actions.


After the palette is open, open the right panel and select “Load Actions”. Once the window pops up, select your action.

The actions will be loaded. Select the one you want to use and simply press the play button at the bottom.

Installing Photoshop Curves

There are two ways to get to the curves palette in photoshop! You can directly access it by clicking on the curves icon in the adjustments palette, as shown below.

OR, you can go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Curves

When the palette comes up, go to the right corner and press the menu, a sub menu will pop up. Press Load Curves Preset and select your curves.

Installing Lightroom Presets

Unzip the file, and then place your Lightroom Preset in the following folder:

For Mac Users:
(user)/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Develop Presets

For Windows Users:
(user)/Application Data/Adobe/Lightroom/Develop Presets

Or, right click onto one of your folders in Lightroom, and import your preset.

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