All these presets are compatible with Lightroom 4 and 5.
How to Install Presets
Lightroom Preset Details
Simulates a slight reverse neutral density filter. This filter is darker on the horizon to deepen the bright colors when the sun is low, but is clearer on top to allow the bright sky to show up without beeing too dark. This filter assumes the horizon is at the 1/3 mark on the bottom, so you may need to adjust depending on your shot. It can definitely be tweaked from here and is just meant to provide a quick starting point.
Helps bring out the deep colors of sunrise or sunset without the use of a neutral density (ND) filter. Best results when shooting in RAW.
NOTE: Please note there are two versions of this preset included, one for horizons composed in the lower third, one for horizons in the upper third. The graduated filters can be tweaked by hitting the "M" key after applying the preset.
Late afternoon is a great time to take portraits, but if your results are missing that nice warm glow you were trying to capture, this preset might work. Also useful as a starting point.
NOTE: Depending on the light, you may find this preset a little too warm. If so, adjust your temperature setting after applying the preset.
A softening and brightening black and white preset that I use quite a bit. Very useful as a starting point for developing a portrait.