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Peter McKinnon Presets Free

What is Lightroom presets?

What does preset stand for?
Preset means pre-set in English. In Spanish, it means preset adjustment.

It is a configuration of all Lightroom settings that is saved and can be used to edit photos. It can be exported and imported to other Lightroom from other people.

What kinds of presets are saved in Lightroom presets?

Most people think that presets are only for the revealing module and affect all parameters, but it is not quite like that.

Inside the Lightroom, there are tons of sections where you can create presets, from the full reveal module to the export settings, through the adjustment brushes.

Within each preset, you can save the settings that you have established at that moment as a preset setting (and later, you can also modify them). Later, when you select that preset, those parameters that you had saved will be applied to the image that you have at that moment so that the image will be “edited” at the moment. I put it in quotes because obviously, you’re going to have to adjust some parameters.

Within the presets of the develop module, you can save any of the parameters that you have applied to a photo, from a curve only to all metrics (including color temperature, etc.).

The same goes for export presets, brushes, etc.

I talk about all of this in a very particular way in the Lightroom course. Soon, I will also be doing a preset creation course for specific Lightroom, so don’t miss it and take a look at the courses I have many available already.

What are Lightroom presets used for?
Presets are used for various purposes since, like any program, having presets has many advantages when working (both professionally and for an initiate).

Presets save you editing time.
When you edit many photos, it is much easier to apply a preset to each photo and adjust the parameters that need to be fixed than to be editing each photo individually.

Imagine having a wedding and, after having selected from among 3000 photos some 800, start editing each of those photos. It’s crazy!

If you introduce the presets in your workflow, you will save a lot of editing time.

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About Peter McKinnon

In blades of grass, photographer and videographer Peter McKinnon has found his calling. Given a camera for being part of his sister’s wedding party, Peter’s initial macro shots of grass captivated him into a passionate endeavor dedicating wholeheartedly to the pursuit of photography. Now with nearly 3M+ subscribers on his channel the Canadian creator and digital entrepreneur is an internationally acclaimed creator, using his platform to help others pursue their passions. Peter’s editing tutorials, offer visually stunning bits of savvy advice for any creative, proving that by “taking the passion and putting it first, everything else follows.”

Photographer & Filmmaker. Lover of coffee and good stories. Currently residing in Toronto, Canada running a self-titled channel on YouTube; Peter McKinnon.