FeaturedLightroom CCLightroom ClassicLightroom in 60-Seconds

Lightroom in 60-Seconds: Uncluttering Your Presets Panel

Programming Note: Don’t forget this morning at 11:00 AM ET I’m doing a free hands-on Webinar on post-processing your Lightroom images (you download the RAW images and follow along with me live). Details here (it’s yesterday’s post).

This one will do more for you than you might think. Check it out:

Hope you found that helpful. Don’t forget to catch Rob Sylvan’s excellent Lightroom column right here tomorrow. 🙂

Have a good one!

-Scott

Share:

2 comments

  1. marc labro 21 April, 2020 at 22:57 Reply

    Hi Scott,
    A feature which would be really nice is a solo mode for presets and profiles so it closes when we open another one.
    I have lot of presets and profiles and it is tedious in the small window (camera raw tabs are much better interface for that) to scroll these and close/open all the time.
    In the same idea, the brush preset is awful. i have several sets of brushes (Mattk, Scott, Seimeffects,…) and scrolling is awful (mouse wheel also doesn’t work here on win10) and it would be nice to be able to create categories and, again, have a solo mode for these categories.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

[i]
[i]