Create presets for Edit in Elements Lightroom and Photoshop


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Creating presets for editing in Elements

Another use for the second section of Lightroom's external editing preferences is to set up another pixel editor other than Photoshop so you have the option to pass files from Lightroom to another program. As an example let's set up Adobe Photoshop Elements as an additional external editor. I'll open my Lightroom preferences by pressing Cmd+Comma, that's Ctrl+Comma on a PC, and clicking the External Editing tab. Down here in the second section, the Additional External Editor section, I'm going to set up a preset for Adobe Photoshop Elements. But why do I want to have that? Believe it or not, Elements has some features, particularly some special effects, that Photoshop doesn't have.

So I would like to add Elements as an additional external editor. By the way, if I didn't have Photoshop on this computer, Lightroom would have automatically gone through my applications, found that I do have Elements on the computer, and made Elements the primary external editor. I...

Creating presets for editing in Elements
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Creating presets for editing in Elements provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together

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