Processing Black and White Part 6 - Presets
Let's talk about presets, default saved and user. So exciting. All right, so the presets are those little editing modules already moved or chosen or picked or controlled. However you want to phrase it, and you can get some pretty cool effects with it. And, um, light room is awesome. Light room comes with a bunch of default presets already loaded across the entire ecosystem, so that is a color creative black and white default curves, grain optics, sharpening and vignette. And then there are saved presets, which you can save from the light room Discovery files. And there's a whole class on this on presets and profiles. If you'd like to check this out in depth, and then there are user presets and the user presets are the ones that you have saved. So even though the saved presets seems like that would be, your saved is not. Yours are going to be under the user presets, and you can also purchase presets, and they show up in different areas, depending on how they're made again. You'll find t...
hat in the the preset and profile course here at creative life. But let's get into this a little bit so when you look at this, um, and you have your image and you click on the black and white. Since this is a black and white class, you'll notice that you have 10 different default settings already there. And they're so cool. Landscape, high contrast punch, etcetera. Now you can still edit these. They just get you started. So, for example, this is an original image. And then I used a high contrast black and white, because I thought it looked pretty cool. And this is a sample of the default black and white presets, and there's some pretty nice looks again, these are not one and done. You can click on them, use them and then continue editing on all the modules Now custom presets. These are really good to do if you have a series you want to do and you know you're going to continually reuse them, and it's really simple. Basically, you do your edit, whatever that edit might be. And once you're happy with that, look, you just click on the three buttons here on the right hand side and you'll notice this little Dia blog. Bob Dialog Box shows up and what that will do is you just click what editing changes you want to record on this preset, and then once you're happy with that, you just click on the button saying, Create preset. I would encourage you to label it with something that makes sense for you and then Bada Bing. These presets will be across the entire light room ecosystem that you have using your adobe account. It's really easy.