How To Import Presets Into Lightroom!

Importing the OG God Pack Presets into Lightroom is super easy but I thought I would make this video anyways to show you guys how to do that, and to give you a little direction with presets. Check the video down below!

As you can see, super quick and easy. I’m looking to drop future preset packs as well as some light leak packs, custom transitions, etc. so keep a look out in the store for all of that stuff! Also go ahead and scroll all the way down and sign up for the God Media Newsletter to stay updated on everything! Leave a like and comment, let me know what you guys think about the blog, the God Pack, whatever it may be and watch out for the next blog!

OG God Pack Lightroom Presets!

Hey guys if you haven’t checked out the OG God Pack Lightroom Presets head over to the store right now and check them out. If you use Lightroom at all these presets are going to give you a pretty good head start in terms of editing your image. No preset is going to be perfect so a good way to utilize them to the best of their ability is to pick a preset out that you like, drop it on your image, and adjust the image as necessary.


Coming Soon…

“Goner” preset coming soon to the God Pack 2.0 preset pack

Now when you apply presets to your images you shouldn’t just stop editing after you’ve dropped it on your image. You should tweak the preset to each image you place it on because every image is going to be different and presets won’t look the same on every image. For example a preset that was created from a dark image is going to look a lot different when you place that same preset over a brighter image so you’ll have to tweak it to get it looking right.

In order to use these presets all you have to do is jump into Lightroom and go over to your presets panel, right click, and hit import presets. From there just select the OG God Pack and they’ll import straight into Lightroom ready to use. Definitely head over to the store and check those out I hope they benefit you guys! I’m throwing in a $5 sale for the rest of the week so they’re over half off as well so cop it now!

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Shooting with the Nuw4ve Crew



Chanze (Left)

Oddzci (Middle)

Trilla.G (Right)

Shooting with these 3 was a blast. The first location we went to was a pink abandoned trap house near the west side. It was really cloudy (which I love fr) and the light was super soft which made for some amazing photos. We did a small photoshoot here before we went on to shoot a video to a single off of their latest proect .WAV called “Live”. Me and Chanze met months ago talking about linking up and I’m glad it finally happened. I really tried to push myself on this video and try new things and i think overall I’m pretty satisfied, as always there are things that maybe I didn’t think of or whatever but that' just turns into a learning experience then.



We really tried to tell a story in this video and I made decisions creatively that ended up prolonging the shoot, but it was worth it. It’s always worth it to take your time and make sure you get it right.

The video is really hype with eerie vibes. I used more effects in this video than I usually do just because I thought it would benefit the video and I wanted to see what effects I could come up with on my own, and it was super f***ing fun. We had a character get robbed at one point and so I also shot my second action sequence ever I can’t wait for you guys to see it! I also experimented a lot with the audio during that scene (the music cuts out). I love trying new things and I think you can tell I did that in this shoot.


These photos are definitely a personal favorite of mine I love the pink color palette we used as well as the style that these guys had. As far as camera gear goes I use a Panasonic GH4 and I had a 20mm f1.7 and a 30mm f1.4 on me. I tried to use the environment as much as possible to help me in creating depth and an interesting composition. I like putting different things in the foreground such as leaves or glass, etc. to frame my subject. I think it just draws your eyes where they need to be in a more interesting way.s


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You guys will see the video on my IG soon @godfilmz. There will also be a new blog when it drops. Have a great day.