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Can this preset be tweaked to match my personal style?

Absolutely. When we created this preset, we designed it in a way that didnโ€™t max out any of the Lightroom slider adjustments. We wanted our users to have as much control as possible, especially when working with extreme lighting situations. Once the preset is applied, most photographers only make standard adjustments to the exposure, temperature and tint. You also have the ability to tweak the HSL sliders, utilize split toning, remove lens correction or adjust the grain to your liking. Additional edits can be made with the Noble Enhancers pack.

When applying the preset, what do you recommend adjusting first?

After applying the preset to your RAW, unedited image, we recommend adjusting the exposure first, followed by fine-tuning the temperature and tint. Then, depending on lighting, we suggest bringing in more blacks, adjusting the saturation level and contrast as needed.

What camera was the Noble Preset designed for?

Noble was originally created using images from Canon bodies, but has been thoroughly tested on images from Sony, Nikon, and Fuji cameras with great results!

What film stock inspired these presets?

The Noble Preset was mostly inspired by Fuji 400H photos taken on medium-format film cameras.

Is this Preset just for Wedding Photographers?

Noble was created by wedding photographers to be a versatile solution for an array of lighting situations. It can can be used by anyone who has a DSLR camera: portrait photographers, bloggers, landscape photographers, commercial photographers, and parents of really cute kids!

Do you offer refunds?

Due to the nature of downloadable products, all sales are final and we are unable to offer any refunds or returns on the purchase of Noble Presets or Grids. Upon purchase, we include a video tutorial on how to use our products for the best results, as well as access to our exclusive Noble users Facebook group to help troubleshoot any user errors or issues that may arise. 

Does the Noble Preset work on both RAW and JPEG files?

Noble was created for RAW images, which provide a greater range of adjustment in post-processing. However, you can apply the Noble Preset to .JPEG images and still achieve a similar look.

Can the Noble Preset be used with Photoshop?

Yes, you can use the Noble Preset on RAW images in Photoshop using ACR (Adobe Camera Raw). 

How is the Noble Preset installed?

Upon purchase, you'll receive a PDF with step-by-step instructions on how to install the preset, along with a video tutorial and guide on how to apply the preset to your images. 

Does this preset work on indoor or flash reception photos?

Yes! Just like any preset, you will have to make slight adjustments to accommodate different lighting situations (exposure, temperature and tint). Weโ€™ve tested the preset on thousands of reception and flash images and have found it applies beautifully and consistently. If you need additional help achieving the look you want with your particular flash set-up, we would highly recommend purchasing the Noble Enhancers Pack.

Can I purchase the Noble Enhancers Pack on its own?

The 14 custom enhancers included in the pack are meant to be used after the Noble Signature Preset has been applied to an image. They are not standalone presets but rather boosters for making fine adjustments to images already processed with the base preset.

What program do I need to use the Noble Preset?

The preset is compatible with Adobe Lightroom 4 or later, Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera RAW.

Will this preset work for me if I donโ€™t shoot film?

The Noble Preset was created by film photographers but it can be used by anyone who shares an appreciation for the incredible color palette and luminous skin tones offered by film. Hybrid photographers have raved about its easy-to-match capabilities, but the preset produces beautiful film-like results for dedicated digital photographers as well.  

 photo by Hunter Ryan

photo by Hunter Ryan


Is this preset for me?

Noble is recommend for seasoned photographers who:
- Shoot in manual mode
- Prefer shooting at a low aperture for a closer resemblance to film
- Understand the importance of clean and even light
- Don't expect a magic fix to poorly photographed images
- Prioritize lighting for skin tones and avoid reflective surfaces that can cast colors on skin