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Why presets shouldn’t be your first step

Why presets shouldn’t be your first step: Kids Photography: Retouching with Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop
Why presets shouldn’t be your first step: Kids Photography: Retouching with Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop

Erika Thornes doesn’t recommend using presets to edit kids photos in Lightroom. Presets often don’t work well if they aren’t built for your specific camera and shooting style. Photos of children can often be over edited if presets are used. Erika recommends making your own presets and saving them instead of using pre-made presets.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 9m
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Photography Portraits Retouching Lightroom Photoshop

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