How to Import Presets in Lightroom for Android
Adobe Lightroom is perhaps one of the best tools that one can use for photo editing and for anyone who is wondering, the tool has become really powerful over the years on both Android and other platforms. It has become my go-to for any photo editing or color-correction work that I need to do without any issues. Plus, with the launch of Expert RAW and considering how it is seamlessly integrated with Lightroom, this is perhaps the best time to make use of the amazing cameras found on the Galaxy devices. However, the one feature that has been missing from Adobe Lightroom for Android is the inability to import presets directly from within the app, but now that is available. This means that you can just go ahead and import the presets on your phone instead of syncing your Lightroom desktop with Lightroom Android. So, if you have been wondering how to import presets in Lightroom for Android, you are at the right place as we are going to explore this right now.
The process should not take you more than a few minutes depending on the number of presets you do have but it is convenient. You have imported all the presets, they will work as they normally do and you will be able to make all the fine adjustments should you wish to do that.
Import Presets in Lightroom for Android and Edit Your Photos in Glee
So, in order to import presets in Lightroom for Android, you have to have the Lightroom presets on your phone. These presets are available in .xmp format, and can easily be purchased or downloaded for free, depending on the type of presets you are looking for.
Step 1: On your phone, open Adobe Lightroom.
Step 2: Once the app is open, click on the Add Photo icon found on the bottom right.
Step 3: Once the import is successful, tap on the All Photos and then open the photo that you have just imported.
Step 4: Move towards the right and find the Presets button.
Step 5: Tap the Presets button and a new menu will open showing you the presets you are currently using or the ones that you last used. Tap on the hamburger/three-dot button.
Step 6: Another menu will open, simply tap Import Presets, navigate to the folder where you have your presets stored, select as many as you want to import, and hit Select.
That is it, if you have been thinking about how to import presets in Lightroom for Android, you have just done that by following this handy guide.
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