Both Lightroom Classic and Lightroom (cloud-based) allow you to hide various Presets. This allows you to simplify your list and only show the ones you normally use. However, some may appear in the list in italics, leading to the question why do some … Click to continue
Learn all about Lightroom presets. Our series of posts covers Lightroom Classic, Lightroom (cloud-based) and mobile. How do you import them? How can I create my own? How can I share them? Why would I also want to learn to develop using sliders?
Most new photographers edit photos using profiles, presets and filters. So why bother learning to edit your photos using the sliders? Photo editing is like a language Photo editing is a skill, just like any other. If you’re trying to learn a … Click to continue
Over the last couple of weeks, we've learned how to install/import downloaded presets using Lightroom Classic and the cloud-based Lightroom apps, but what if you want to create your own preset? A Few Tips The type of presets you create … Click to continue
Presets and profiles are a popular starting point for photo editing, and there's a huge number of presets and profiles available for free and paid download. Presets and profiles designed for Lightroom 4 or later, including Lightroom Classic, will … Click to continue
There's a vast number of Lightroom profiles and presets available for free download and for sale, but since April 2018 (Lightroom Classic 7.3) the method for importing profiles and presets has changed. So, how do you import Profiles and Presets into … Click to continue