There are a lot of things that you can do inside the Lightroom interface. In fact, you can save a lot of time by making new and personalized Lightroom Presets to use on your images. In addition, Lightroom 5 presets are reusable and modifiable.
As an amateur photographer, I needed Lightroom to help me edit all the images that I took from the field. As much as I want to use Photoshop, I don’t have enough time to edit the image manually. With Lightroom, I don’t need to spend longer hours just to modify images. In this article, I decided to give a brief yet informative tutorial on how to create Lightroom presets.
Before creating presets, you need to start the process by choosing images that you want to edit and include in the preset collections. Open it in the develop module in Lightroom, set all the settings to default or zero if you want. You don’t need to worry anything since Lightroom is a non-destructive tool which preserves the original setting of the file.
How To Create Lightroom Presets?
To create presets, go to the develop module panel located on the left side of the interface and click the “create new preset” icon with the plus sign. This will bring you to a new window that allows you to create customized presets. The next thing to do after you’re done with the preset is to label the preset, select a folder on the library module and press the create button to save the new preset.
How To Apply Presets upon Importing Images?
To apply the preset you have just created, open the import window and set the develop settings to the presets. When you’re done importing the images, it is now up to you which photos you edit using the preset you created. Always remember that Lightroom presets can be applied to one or more images.
Hopefully, this tutorial has given you some ideas on how to create wonderful presets using Lightroom. This will not only help you save time and effort, it will also give you more time to capture new images.