I love to apply presets to photos, so you can use a preset in Lightroom, Photoshop, or a PhotoShop, but you can also use one in your camera’s preset library.
The problem is that you can’t get everything. When I am applying a preset, I don’t want to have to go through the whole process again if I move a section of the image that I want to change. Also, I don’t want to have to drag each section of the image to the side to apply the preset all over again. A better workflow would be to create a separate preset for each section of the image.
This workflow can be used in a number of ways. The best way to learn is to try it yourself. Use your own images, and see what happens. Or, you can use one of the presets that have been created for this workflow.
The new workflow for preset-based image editing is to create a folder in your Lightroom library called ‘Preset’ and then drag your images into that folder. This will create a folder in your library called ‘Preset’, and inside, you will have your images and the preset you want to apply. The preset in this workflow can be used in a number of ways. One is to apply a preset to an entire section of an image.
The second way is to create a series of presets and apply them to individual images.
For example, if you have a series of images in one folder called “Images” and you want to apply a preset to all of them, you would drag them into that folder.
You can also get rid of the preset to use a preset in a new folder.
As it turns out, you can also use presets for more than just one image! These are called ‘group presets’, and I’ll show you how to create one in the next section.
If you drag a new group preset into an image group in LR, then your work starts getting more interesting.
Group presets is a great way to turn a single image into a set of multiple images without having to drag the images.The preset is in the image, so if you drag it into the image you’re working in, it will start applying to all the images in the group.