Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying presets on import, part of Lightroom: Mastering Adjustments and Editing.
- [Instructor] We've looked at ways to save time … by syncing settings and by creating presets. … There is another way to take those presets … and save yourself a ton of time. … So you remember we synced a setting … from one file to another, … and then we leveraged a preset … from one file to another. … Well, if you have images … that you're routinely applying the same effects to, … take the time to save a preset … so that the next time that you import files, … you can just apply that preset on the way in. … So think about this for just a second. … If you're a studio photographer, … or if you're shooting in similar lighting conditions, … work on one image, save a preset, … and I want to show you how to apply it on the way in. … So I'm just going to navigate to any old folder here. … I've already pulled these in. … But over here on the right, … you'll see that I've got this little area … for Apply During Import. … And if I come in here, not only do I have my presets, … but I've got my user preset, …
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
- Adjusting photographs in Lightroom
- Using the Develop module
- Fixing white balance and temperature
- Applying HDR adjustments
- Sharpening images
- Making lens corrections
- Fixing perspective
- Retouching images using a brush
- Adjusting clarity and haze
- Applying graduated filters
- Culling photos in Lightroom
- Sharing images
- Using shortcuts in Lightroom
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Edit/Develop Module: Reviewing the Basics
2. The Edit/Develop Module: In Depth
HDR and post6m 24s
3. Edit/Develop Tools
4. Saving Time
5. Lightroom: Beyond the Desktop
6. Beyond Lightroom
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