With Adobe Lightroom Classic and Adobe Photoshop, you can create new preset filters and transform your images into anything you can imagine.

Find the raw images from your photo shoot

In Lightroom Classic, find and select the group of raw images you want to modify.

Young woman’s face is illuminated while holding a lantern in a forest at night.

Begin to create your own new filter

You can start with an existing filter if you’d like. Make sure Auto Sync is on, then in the Presets panel find the filter you like best, and easily apply it to all your selected images.

Young woman holding lantern is converted to a black and white image with red undertones

Customize your filter

Go to the panel on the right and customize your preset filter. Then either update it in the Presets panel, or create a new one. 

Young woman holding lantern is converted to a black and white image with red undertones

Perform non-destructive editing in Photoshop

Open your image in Photoshop and create new layers for further refinements, and ensure you’re not making any permanent changes to your original file.

Photo is opened in Adobe Photoshop and layers are added for editing while preserving the original image.

Save and export

Save your image as a .psd for further editing options, or to export it to the format you need for delivery to your client.

The file is saved in .psd format to preserve editing capabilities.

The final result

Your final photo is now finished, and you’ve created a useful new preset filter for your future money-making projects!    

A preset filter is created to apply the same adjustments to other photos.

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