One of the cool things about Lightroom is its ability to store develop settings as Presets so you can use them again later to edit other images. In addition to creating and saving your own presets, you can also download presets from the web and use them in Lightroom.
To get started with presets in Lightroom, select an image in the Develop module which is ready for some creative attention. You may want to decrease Saturation and Vibrance or tweak other color settings to get the result you want. To save the settings as a preset, locate the Presets panel on the left of the Develop panel. For example, I set a Split Toning, added a Vignette and adjusted Brightness, Contrast, Clarity, Vibrance and Saturation. You’ll now find your preset in the User Presets collection and you can click it to apply it instantly to any image in future. In some instances you may need to edit the image after applying the preset to it to fine-tune the effect for that image.
If you find that your Preset isn’t working quite as well as you imagined it would and if, for example, you always seem to make a particular change to the image after using it such as brightening it a little you can save an edited version of the preset without having to create it from scratch.
In later posts, I’ll look at downloading, installing, exporting and sharing Lightroom presets.


I have put together a little guide on how to install presets and a list of sites I have found handy in sourcing presets. Either way, the fact you can solidify a certain ‘look’ for future use is one of the best things about Lightroom! Is it possible to export the image so that the background was black and it was around photos?
Thanks for the information I was able to get presets but, was having a time looking how to make your own. Thank you so much for your educational wisdom regarding Lightroom…you have saved me so much TIME!
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For example, to split tone the image, start by increasing the Contrast in the image and reduce the Brightness a little to compensate.


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If you now select and work on the edited version, only the upcoming changes will be included in your preset. To see how the image might look with a preset applied, make sure that the Navigator is visible so you can preview the effect without actually applying it to the image.



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