April 11, 2019
Who wouldn’t want to save TIME and create CONSISTENT edits when using a photo editing program?
LIGHTROOM was seriously made for you.
And while I was already a huge fan of Lightroom over Photoshop from the very beginning, I didn’t even use presets OR the batch editing tool.
(I know, go ahead and GASP).
When I actually learned how to use presets on my images and also sync them, my world was changed.
I could edit faster, which means I could book more (if I wanted), charge more and bring more home to my fam (which at the time was my hubby while we were in college).
In an email that went out today to my email list, I talk about the time I actually learned what the batch editing tool was and how I had NO IDEA why I wasn’t using it before.
But today, in this blog post, I want to share with you how to create your own preset in Lightroom. It’s one of the biggest tools that will help save you TIME and create CONSISTENCY among your edits.
*Broken record: do know that YOU are also the tool to save yourself time by simply NAILING your exposure in camera! Make sure you take your time, apply your knowledge from The Capture Course and are confident in your settings before you begin shooting away. Having consistent settings will make adding presets to your images (and then synching them) SO MUCH EASIER/FASTER for you.*
So without further ado, learn how to make your own presets in this video tutorial taken from my Lightroom Editing Course here.
Or simply click on the image below to watch!
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Guys, pumped for you.