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Is there a way to make your own mask presets in lightroom desktop like you can in lightroom clasic? This would be a big improvement.
The question was indeed not very clear. To me, a preset that creates a mask is a mask preset, but the OP was referring to the local adjustment presets that Lightroom Classic has, where you save a preset for the slider settings that can be used in a mask. These presets can be selected under 'Effects' in the mask panel of Lightroom Classic.Wait, I can make mask presets on the iPad and cloud desktop. Am I missing something in the question?
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The workaround for now is if you usually use those adjustments on a specific type of mask, create a "normal" preset with a sample mask and your adjustments. When you come to use it, you just edit the mask or "add" to the mask and delete the previous selection.I have a few of my own adjustments I really wish I could make a preset for.
Yes and no. They're trying to avoid feature-creep and keep things simple for newer users, so the threshold for adding things to the cloud version could be considered slightly higher. That said, I think adding your own is a logical progression since they've added the built in presets pop-up.It seems like they always want Classic to have some things the cloud version doesn't