If you’re an avid photographer, you probably depend on Adobe Lightroom to edit your photos. The mobile version of Lightroom is a powerful tool that allows you to make edits on the go.
One of the most useful features of Lightroom Mobile is the ability to save presets. Presets are pre-made settings that you can apply to your photos, saving you time and effort. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to save presets in Lightroom Mobile.
Step 1: Edit your photo
Before you can save a preset, you need to edit your photo as per your requirements. Once you’re satisfied with the edits, click on the three-dot icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
Step 2: Select “Create Preset”
After clicking on the three-dot icon, a menu will appear with various options. Select “Create Preset” from this menu.
Step 3: Name Your Preset
Once you’ve selected “Create Preset,” a new window will appear where you can name your preset. Give it a unique name that describes what it does so that it’s easy to remember later.
Step 4: Choose Which Settings You Want to Include in Your Preset
This step is where the real magic happens – choose which settings should be included in your preset. You can include settings like exposure, contrast, saturation, and more.
If there are any settings that you don’t want to include in your preset, simply uncheck them from the list.
Step 5: Save Your Preset
Once you’ve selected all of the settings for your preset, hit “Save” at the bottom of the screen. Voila! You’ve just saved a custom preset in Lightroom Mobile.
Step 6: Apply Your Preset to Other Photos
Now that you’ve created a custom preset, you can apply it to other photos with just a few clicks. Simply select the photo you want to edit, click on the preset icon (it looks like three sliders), and select your custom preset from the list.
You can also apply multiple presets to a single photo by selecting each one individually.
Saving presets in Lightroom Mobile is easy and efficient. It allows you to create a consistent look throughout your photos and saves you time in the editing process.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with different settings and create unique presets that are tailored to your style. Happy editing!