Posts Tagged ‘Presets’

Share InDesign presets, workspaces, and custom shortcuts

Published by | Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Saving custom presets, workspaces and shortcuts

Regular InDesign users often build a bank of custom settings: workspaces, scripts, keyboard shortcuts, PDF presets, font sets, and even Find/Change queries. These settings are too valuable to lose in a crash and too important to leave behind if you move to a different computer.

How to combine and modify presets in Lightroom

Published by | Monday, November 18th, 2013

Many photographers rely on Develop presets to quickly change the appearance of photos in Adobe Lightroom. You can extend the power of presets by modifying them to meet your current needs, or by combining presets on a photo.

Modifying presets
By modifying a preset, you can make a third-party preset your own or update one that you created yourself.

Modifying a preset in Lightroom

How to create presets in Lightroom

Published by | Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Lightroom presets are a popular way to add great looks to your photos with just a few clicks. You can apply any of the presets that come with Lightroom or install third-party presets. When you’re feeling creative, make your own unique Develop presets by following these simple steps:

1. Adjust a representative photo

Faux HDR look preset

Open a photo into Lightroom’s Develop module, and adjust the image to the look you want using any of the controls in the panels on the right. For example, I’ve set the controls in the Basic panel to give this portrait a grungy faux HDR look.