In this tutorial we want to explain how to use the settings you find in our pins within our Pinterest Presets Lightroom Tutorial board to create a free preset to use on each of your photos.

The question we are often asked is: how to use the settings that we find written in the pin?

Here is the tutorial

Small premise, the settings are fine for both Lighroom Classic (the one for desktop pc) and Lightroom App (you can see our guide here: How to download Lightroom Mobile Free App)

  1. Download the Lightroom App and open it;
  2. Add the photo or photos (we recommend HD photos) to which you want to apply the settings using the icon at the bottom right with the +
  3. Now choose a photo, once you have chosen the photo, you will have to scroll through the horizontal menu at the bottom (Light – Color – Effects – Detail), enter each item and adjust the various settings as shown on the pin;
  4. Once you have set all the settings, click on the menu on the top right (3 dots) and click on Create Preset;
  5. Name the preset and save your new free lightroom mobile presets, ready to be applied in one click to all the other photos you want.

Some tips on how to improve your new lightroom mobile presets

These tips also apply to all of our Lightroom preset packs you can purchase here.

All photos are different and most require some tweaks to the presets to make them look right for each and every photo!

How do I adjust my lightroom mobile presets if it’s too light?

After applying the preset, go to the editing panel along the bottom of the photo and test the following until you find the right look:

Light> Exposure> Turn Down
Light> Shadows> Turn Down

The same procedure can be applied if the photo is too dark.

How do I adjust my lightroom mobile presets if it’s too grainy for my pics?

After applying the preset, go to the editing panel along the bottom of the photo and test the following until you find the right look:

Detail > Sharpening > Turn Down
Effects > Grain > Turn Down

How do I adjust my lightroom mobile presets if my skin looks too orange?

After applying the preset, go to the editing panel along the bottom of the photo and test the following until you find the right look:

Color > Mix  > Orange circle > Saturation > Turn Down
Color > Mix  > Orange circle > Luminance > Turn Up

Simple right? That’s all!