When it comes to landscape photography, your work can really benefit from using Lightroom landscape presets (Photographers Choice VOL 3). It just takes a click of a button to adjust your photographs.
The best thing is that you can edit multiple images by selecting and then pasting the settings across all images.
What are Presets?
Presets are settings that photographers, companies and photographic manufacturers create. These are imported for use in Adobe Lightroom.
They sit on the side of the Develop Module within Lightroom, waiting for you to apply them to your images. You can use them to change colour into black and white or add specific colour tones to images. You can apply any adjustments to any image using presets.
These are very versatile and can vastly reduce the time you spend on adjusting many images at the same time.
After you apply the presets, you can also tweak them. This can give them a more personal look. You can also make your own presets and save them for future use. This is a great addition to projects that need the same look.
Adobe Lightroom has its own presets that come installed with the software. Things like sepia, facial sharpness and contrast can be used straight away.