Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with local adjustment presets, part of Using Presets in Lightroom.
If you've been using Lightroom for a while, you probably know that it comes…with some powerful local Adjustment tools. For enhancing individual parts of a photo…without affecting the entire photo. And those local Adjustment tools include…the Adjustment Brush tool. The Radial Filter tool, and the Graduated…Filter tool. All here in the toolbar under the…histogram in the Develop Module. What you may not know is that this set of…local adjustment tools can have their own presets.…That are separate and different from the developed presets that we looked at…earlier, that affect a photo globally. To show you the local adjustment presets…that come with Lightroom, I'll select any one of the local adjustment tools.…
I'll click on the Adjustment Brush tool, for example, and that triggers a drop down…menu with that tool to part of a photo. The way to access the Presets for the…local adjustment tools is somewhat hidden. You have to go to this menu at the top…center of this drop-down panel. Mine is set to Read Custom, but yours may…
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- 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