- Lightroom presets can be used in many different ways
- Lightroom presets can be used and imported on the work area individually or combined
- Lightroom preset tutorials can be found almost everywhere
If you’re someone who just started learning Lightroom, then you’re probably still on the process of familiarizing each slider and how to blend different colors. You’ve also probably heard about Lightroom presets and their benefits.
How to use Lightroom presets? Well there are many ways to use and play with Lightroom presets. Once you’ve downloaded a Lightroom preset, it should be easy for you to access them on the left panel of your work area.
Lightroom presets can be used individually or combined to achieve a certain look. Upon importing the Lightroom preset to your work area, you can choose to work on one preset at a time for thorough customization and better control on the colors or choose two presets before editing the slides.
It is also possible to use the same preset to a group of photos through the “Apply during Import” section. Admittedly, there will be times when the preset doesn’t match the photo, or unable to deliver the look that you’re going for, in which case you can manually make adjustments on the slides in your work area.
Aside from the suggestions pointed out in this article there are many other ways to use Lightroom presets to make editing easier and quicker. To widen your knowledge on Lightroom you can make a quick search on Youtube for tutorials, or find articles relevant to your queries.
Since Adobe Lightroom has a wide user base, it should be easier for you to find a step by step tutorial on how to use Lightroom presets. In fact a simple “how to use Lightroom presets” on Google could lead you to tons of articles on different ways to use the software, so there’s really no need to worry about having lack of skill in Lightroom.