A preset in Lightroom is a saved set of settings. They are used to speed up the photo processing process.
INSTALLING A PRESET IN LIGHTROOM ON PC #1:
1. Unpack the file you received .zip 2. Launch Lightroom. In the window that opens, select Preferences from the Lightroom (Mac) or Edit (Windows) and select preferences.
3. In the new window, go to the presets tab and click show all other Lightroom preset folders
4. In the window that opens, go to the Lightroom folder. Select Develop Presets, and inside you will find the User Presets folder where the presets you added are located. You can add new presets to this folder, as well as sort them by folder for convenience. You need to restart Lightroom to see the new presets and folders. Presets will be available in the Presets window of the Develop module on the left side of the screen.
INSTALLING A PRESET IN LIGHTROOM ON PC #2:
1. Unpack the file you received .zip 2. Launch Lightroom. Click on " + " in the Presets window of the Develop module and select Import Presets
3. In the window that opens, find the folder with the necessary presets and select Import. 4. Presets will be available in the Presets window of the Develop module on the left side of the screen.
INSTALLING A PRESET IN LIGHTROOM ON YOUR SMARTPHONE:
This guide is suitable for Adobe Lightroom Mobile users without an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.
1. Unpack the .zip file you received on your computer 2. Install the mobile version of Lightroom on your smartphone. 3. download the DNG file to your phone (send the file from your computer via AirDrop or e-mail) 4. Select which application you want to open the downloaded file with "Copy to Lightroom CC". If this item is not available, look for it in the advanced settings (in iPhone, scroll to the "MORE" section")
5. Repeat this procedure with all DNG files that you need presets from for future use. 6. Launch Lightroom on your smartphone. Open the DMG file whose color settings you want to transfer to the original photo. Copy the settings, go to the new photo to process, and paste the settings.
7. If the color Settings are applied to the photo incorrectly, manually edit the exposure, white balance, and contrast. 8. Create a preset in mobile Lightroom for easy use.