Take Advantage Of Lightroom Presets – Read These 3 Useful Tips

Basically, I have been obsessed and addicted with Adobe Lightroom presets. I often use bundles of presets to most of my personal and work-related photos. What I like about Lightroom presets is that it gives me more time to relax while modifying my images. With the one click rule application of presets, I can do other things such as upgrading my camera’s accessories and taking several outdoor pictures. By using these set of presets, I can spare myself from editing images one by one and manually. In addition, I only get to make minor adjustment to suit the theme and style of my subjects. So in this article, I will share some of the most useful tips to help you create more effective and high quality Lightroom presets that can be applied to your thousands of images stored in Lightroom’s interface.

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Tip # 1 – Familiarize the basic functions and adjustments in creating presets

I’ve come to realize that when you use presets more often, it becomes more efficient and useful to your images. Moreover, you’ll be able to familiarize all the main keys in creating presets easily. Adobe Lightroom is a simplified version of Photoshop and it contains more exciting features and services.

Tip # 2 – Create your own customized Lightroom presets

Once you’ve familiarized the entire process of creating a preset, you can try out making your own collection of presets. You can either make BW presets and brushes or other interesting styles that will compliment your images.

Here’s a video on how to install Lightroom presets on Mac and PC:

Tip # 3 – Make a new folder for your collections of presets

Eventually, you will be able to know that there are presets that are good and bad. To make things easier, you have to make a new folder for the best presets that you can use for your images.

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