Creating a preset in Lightroom

It’s easy-peasy to create your own presets in Lightroom – you can save loads of time by saving your LR settings for future re-use.

In LR’s Develop mode, get up the left hand dark grey panel. Click on the plus sign alongside the title: “Presets”. This brings up the preset menu. Give your preset a name. Toggle off any tick signs for filters you’ve used. Click on “Create”. 

Your new preset will appear in the dark grey panel, under “User Presets”. When you wish to use it on a new image, open up the grey panel and just click on your preset. It’s amazingly simple to use.

Creating a preset in Lightroom

Creating a preset in Lightroom

Creating a preset in Lightroom

Creating a preset in Lightroom

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