How To Edit Photos With One Click With My Lightroom Presets
How To Edit Photos In One Minute With My Lightroom Presets
Why you should use presets?
Editing bunch of photos at the same time, or a group of similar looking pictures can be tiring and boring. Don’t worry, you’re not alone if you think so too. My attention span isn’t really great when I’m focusing on the same thing over and over again. That’s one of the reasons why I created my Lightroom presets!
They’re basically filters that you can use freely on Lightroom mobile app or desktop. Lightroom presets are commonly used by professional photographers. You can buy my filters, which I use on my photos on Instagram or blog as well. Just click the button below, it will redirect you to my shop page!
How to buy my presets?
For this tutorial, I’ll be using my own filters/presets, that you can purchase in my online store. You’ll receive a link with the folder that you need to download. In one collection, there are 5 presets with different but cohesive style. Each one is named after something they reminded me of. Hope you enjoy them! Don’t forget to add a review and tag me in your edited photos. I would love to see them!
How to use presets on a smartphone
Text Tutorial On How To Use My Presets
1. First of all, download the Lightroom app. It’s free on Play Store.
2. Secondly, download my presets from the folder. You receive an email with the link to download my files. If you didn’t get a link, or you misspelled your email address, please contact my customer service email address immediately. (email@example.com)
You can download presets one by one, or download the whole zip file. But since I know many people don’t know how to unzip files on their phone, I decided to put them for download like this as well.
3. Open your Lightroom App and click add photos. Then you should choose photos of my presets, they are photos with me on them with a little “raw” title on the top.
4. After you add presets to your Lightroom gallery, choose one of the photos and click three dots in the upper right corner.
5. Click Create Preset and leave everything like it is, but UNCHECK the optics tab. You can also name the preset, which I highly suggest for your own sake. There’s also an option to make a preset group. You can create new one and name it “Christmas”, as my newly launched collection. This will make it easier for you to find it once you’ll be editing your photo.
Do this for each preset you have.
6. Take a photo or import one to the Lightroom gallery. It’s the same process as with importing the presets.
7. Click on the photo you want to edit. You’ll see a toolbar down on your screen. Swipe to the left and you’ll find a tab “presets”. Choose group called Christmas (or any collection/group you have created before) and there will be my presets! If you named them correctly, the names will appear respectively to each one.
8. Click on the preset you want to try and voila! It’s applied to your photo. If you want to check other styles, click on another preset.
9. If you want to tweak or slightly change something, go into Lightroom settings at the beginning of the toolbar. I suggest checking “Lighting” as there are many sliders you might want to move around.
10. You’re done! You can now publish your photo to social media, your blog or a sell it to the stock website. Hope you enjoyed working with my presets. Anyways, don’t forget to be inspired by every creation you make, experience is what makes an edit good.
Editing can be a bit tedious, so presets are a great help. Presets or filters are easy to set-up, even on mobile phone. They offer a great solution for busy bloggers, travellers and photographers.
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