Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Layering multiple Develop presets on a photo, part of Using Presets in Lightroom.
You can apply multiple presets to the same photo.…But when you do, you want to be aware of whether the settings in the last applied…preset are overwriting settings in the first applied preset.…To show you that, I have an image selected.…And I'm going to apply some vignettes to this image.…I've made some vignettes in the category that I've called LDC vignettes.…Right here. And I'll click on the very first of these…to apply a vignette effect to this photo. I basically have darkened the corners of…the photo to try to direct the viewer's attention toward the center of the photo.…
This vignette effect was made in the Effects panel by dragging the post crop…vignetting sliders as you see them here. Now, what if I apply another vignette on…top of this? Maybe this LDC corner is white effect.…Well, that wipes out the first effect, and that's because the LDC corners white…preset uses the exact same sliders that the LDC corners preset used.…So I cant have both of this on this image at once.…So, that's a good example of when one preset will cancel out another or…
- What is a Develop preset?
- Installing Develop presets made by others
- Building your own Develop presets
- Applying and layering Develop presets
- Making copyright and contact metadata presets
- Building import presets
- Making file-naming presets
- Creating text watermarks
- Making export presets