Jessica Drossin’s Looking Glass Presets allow me to quickly preview the kind of creative, luscious color toning options for my photos that I love seeing in Jessica’s work. Bland photos immediately come to life. With a few clicks in her Toolkit, I can complete an edit in seconds. The best thing about them is that I can try so many beautiful color toning options before making a time consuming commitment in Photoshop, which allows me to enhance my creativity and vision in directions I might never have otherwise considered. This isn’t the first set of presets I’ve tried. I’ve purchased several different sets from various popular vendors, but none of them seem to work on my photos. With the Looking Glass Presets I’m using them on every photo.

Edie Layland / Layland Masuda Photography

I like that the Photoshop CC actions make it easy to lower the opacity of the base action, or make it so I can layer the presets. I feel like these are pretty perfect on an image right off the bat for a base before I would continue further editing my image.

Sarah Wolfe / Sarah Wolfe Photography
I really love that the Looking Glass presets allow me play around, something I don’t do often enough. I can literally get so many different moods in the same photo, it’s very cool.
Lone Jensen / Lone Jensen Photography