NEW 2019 Brushes and Gradients
Lightroom + Photoshop Brushes and Gradients
The most advanced brushes and gradients for Lightroom Classic and Photoshop.
3 Brush/Gradient Packs: Includes Over 50 Brush/Gradient Presets
What Are They?
See Them In Action
Watch below to see the brushes and gradients in action.
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Over 90 Minutes of Brush Tutorials
Don’t just buy brush presets. Learn “how” and “why” to use the brush and gain total mastery over the tools.
- Install for Lightroom Classic (subscription version required)
- Install for Camera Raw (subscription version required)
- Differences in LR vs Photoshop Camera Raw
- Basics: How to use the Brushes
- Basics: How to use the Gradients
- Basic Brush Settings
- Advanced Brush Settings
- Advanced Erase Options for Brushes and Gradients
- Auto and Range Masking Options
- 10 Brush Tips You Need to Know
- How to make your own
- Renaming presets so they appear where you want
- Overview and Customizing of Landscape Presets
- Overview and Customizing of Dodge Burn Presets
- Overview and Customizing of Portrait Presets
Photoshop / Adobe Camera Raw
Presets for Photoshop Too!
Adobe Camera Raw Compatible
These presets also work in Adobe Camera Raw with Photoshop. (subscription version required)
Apply them as a Filter
Brushes, Gradients and Layers
Preset Before/After Preview
Below is a sample preset from each preset package. You can also click here to see a quick video that shows you more of the presets and their effects in a video format.
Landscape “Darken Sky” Brush
Works great for overcast and dramatic skies to really pull out the details and clouds.
Dodge Burn “Lights On” Preset
Includes presets to help brighten or turn the lights on to complete your vision for a dark photo.
Landscape “Tack Sharp” and “Sunshine” Brush
The sunshine brush was used to add light in the center and the “tack sharp” brush was used to add detail.
Landscape “Haze Reducer” Brush
The “haze reducer” brush was used to bring back contrast and detail to the mountains.
Portrait “Skin Soften” and “Sharp Eyes” Brushes
The skin soften and sharp eyes presets were used to remove texture and add some life to the eyes.
Get the Entire Bundle!
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Each preset pack costs $35 – or you can purchase the entire bundle and save over 50% versus purchasing them individually.
All Preset Files (52 Total)
Install guide for Lightroom Classic and Photoshop (Adobe Subscription version required)
Video Tutorials on Mastering Brushes and Adjusting Presets (over 90 minutes)
Membership to the Private Ask Matt Facebook Group
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What Software / Versions will I need?
You will need Lightroom Classic or Photoshop 2019 to use these presets. In other words, you’ll need to be on the Adobe subscription plan to use them. They will not work with any of the older versions of any of these programs and they will not work in the “cloud” version of Lightroom, since it does not support brush or gradient presets as of yet.
Will these work on Mac and PC?
How many computers can I install these on?
How do I install the presets?
Why won't these work on Lightroom version 6, 5 or 4?
Are these presets like others you've created?
The only overlap would be in some of the brushes for the landscape pack, but I’ve learned a lot since then and new sliders have been added. So many of the landscape brushes were created from scratch using newer Lightroom settings than were not available when I created my other bundle almost 5 years ago.
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