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Learn how to put Adobe Lightroom presets to work for you. Jan Kabili covers how to create and apply presets to save time and automate repetitive tasks at key points in your Lightroom workflow—when you're importing, editing, and exporting your photos. Learn to build Develop presets to automate adjustments you make frequently and to quickly apply creative looks to your photos. Then walk through making import presets for quick, consistent importing from camera to Lightroom. Plus, find out how to make customized export presets to save time creating copies of your photos to use outside of Lightroom.
Hi, I'm Jan Kabili. Welcome to Using Presets in Lightroom, a course designed to supercharge your productivity and your creativity in Lightroom. We'll start with a close look at the most popular kind of Lightroom Presets, Developed Presets. I'll show you how to create install, organize and apply develop presets. And if you have access to the exercise files for this course, I am happy to share with you my own collection use for develop presets.
Then, we will return to other kind of presets.Those that you can apply as you are importing photos into library including presets for copyright naming your files and importing. And we will finish up with a looking export presets, including presets for water marking photos with your logo and for quickly saving copies of your photos from Lightroom, so there is lots of exciting new material on this course. Lets jump in and get started using Presets in Lightroom.
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