This week we’ll take a look at 5 tips for Lightroom Presets that’ll make your preset life a little bit easier. Enjoy!
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Very good. Thanks!
Hi Matt, is there anyway to update an old preset(version 2 i.e. fill light and recovery) to version 5 so that I have the newest controls without changing the look of the preset? When I update the version it completely changes the look from the original and I don’t know to get that version 2 look with the version 5 sliders. thanks for your help. mk
Hi, Matt, I use Favorites a little differently in both Presets and Profiles in the Profile Browser. When I have an image that I think needs a Preset or Profile applied to it, I often find myself hovering over several similar but not identical Presets or Profiles to see what looks best. Rather than having to make notes about which ones I liked best, I save the ones I liked as Favorites. I might end up with 4 Presets or Profiles that I like for that specific image. Then I go to the Favorites and hover over each of those four. That allows me to see the effect of each Preset or Profile on my image and easily compare it with the other ones I liked. When I’ve made my decision, I click on the Preset/Profile to apply it to my image, then I remove that whole set of Favorites so I can do the same thing next time.
Thanks Matt, great tips and in
Thanks a lot Matt!! Always great information!!!
Merci Matt comme toujours des informations très utiles. Super
regarding “stacking” while you can not stack you can create a set that does different things for each preset this lets you have a preset that say bumps exposure and one that bumps shadows and one that ads texture. each 1 doing 1 or 2 things but none of what the others do then you ad each on e as needed, ie image one needs the exposure 1 and the shadows one, image 2 needs the shadows and texture etc i use this a lot in hockey as some need exposure and shadows and some only need exposure. so i have a set that coverers the most commonly used adjustment but only those and i mix and match as needed and use Amount slider to adjust strenth
Thank You Matt as always very useful information.
That was great info thank you.
Thank you! Always wondered if you could create these types of orders. What a time saver.