Any preset you apply to your images, whether ours or someone else’s, the edits applied are non-destructive.
In other words, they don’t damage the original file.
You can easily remove the edits by resetting the “edit” settings or by applying a new preset.
This is excellent news because it also means you can adjust any edits applied for the best results… for YOUR photo.
Any preset you apply is just that… “edits.” Edits that were saved as a preset (for later use) were done based on the creative vision of the person doing the edits AND the photo they were applying them too.
Photos (and their histograms) are like snowflakes. No two are alike!
So, it makes sense that a preset made for one photo may not be perfect for another.
Sometimes you need to make adjustments until you’re happy with the results. Which is super-duper easy to do!
If you’re new to Adobe Lightroom, I’ll show you how to adjust any edits to get the results you want.
If you have some experience in Adobe Lightroom, then you can use any of these summer edits as a starting point for your creative vision.