3 Easy Preset Adjustments
While our presets are designed to be one click transformations, your photos may not look perfect right away. Since all images are different (ex. lighting, subject, camera settings) you may need to play around in Lightroom. By tweaking certain settings, such as exposure, contrast, temperature, etc. you’ll get the perfect edit.
Below are 3 easy preset adjustments you can make in the Lightroom mobile app that I recommend:
This is the first tool to adjust when editing with my presets. We tend to not add much, or any, exposure to most of our preset settings (aside from our bright collections, of course). Since every image is shot in different lighting conditions, we don’t want to accidentally overexpose your image. In the Light tool, slide the Exposure setting to the right to brighten your photo, or slide it to the left to decrease brightness.
If you want the colors in your photo to pop more, go into the Color tool and slide the Vibrance bar to the right. If you want less color in your photo, slide the Vibrance bar to the left.
Note: It’s better to increase vibrance rather than saturation because it protects skin tones and prevent posterization (which occurs when colors are so maxed out that transitions are destroyed, creating a blocky look).
If your photo looks too warm or too cool, you can tweak this using the Temperature slider under the Color tool. The Temperature slider will add more warm tones (if slid to the right). If slid to the left, it will add more cool tones.
In the paid Lightroom desktop app, you can access this adjustment feature on your right-hand tools panel until in the first settings module box.
And don’t worry, an instructions guide with these tips is included with your purchase.
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