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PRESETS FOR LIGHTROOMAs a photographer, when editing images you will need to  have just the right slide combinations  for image editing ,depending on the image. These pre-arranged settings are called presets.
A presets for lightroom is the perfect  positioning  of some or all of the of sliders in a lightroom which will enable  the photographer to edit photos with the right light exposure and then save the combination  of slider positions for future use on another image. It is very easy, once you have a photo edited the way you want it then you can save those settings.

Taking photography to the next level with light room

Lightroom was designed by the company that created Photoshop (those people know their software) and the have been the rave with photographers. This is simply because you can easily take your photos from just there to outright amazing with a few presets.
You can create your own presets for Light room or simply buy some online and if you do not want to shell out some money for presets, you can get some not so quality ones to download for free.

Lightroom presets are quite easy to use and they add a different and higher quality to images.

How to use presets for Lightroom

When you are editing an image, you either want it underexposed or overexposed.
The thing with presets is that you can have the ones that can be applied to general pictures which you can automatically use and you can have the ones that you have made specifically for certain images.

It is a good idea to separate your presets by type, based on the image quality and the amount of light exposure you used

With this, you would be amazed by the amount of random presets you would have accumulated   over a few years.

To make your work easier, consider creating folders based on the type of edits they are. It is also good to name your presets by the type of settings used for each job. This will help you to quickly find the preset you are looking for based on what type of edit you want to do.

When saving your presets, you can specify the settings you used while working and separate the adjustments you applied to them.

To use the Lightroom preset,simply open develop module, next, click on the image you want to work on, select it and then switch to develop module, click on the preset you want to apply it.

presets for lightroom

presets for lightroom


If you are having problems remembering what each preset does, Adobe has a feature that allows you preview what each of the presets do. To view them, you simply hover your mouse over each preset and the image of what they would look like when applied will show up.

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