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Post Production Tips

Customize the Standard Import Develop Preset for Lightroom 4

By Pye Jirsa on April 20th 2012

In this Lightroom 4 tutorial, we will be walking through how to customize the Standard Import Develop Preset for those of you that have more specialized workflows, or shoot on more specialized camera systems.

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For those that may not have seen the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System. The Lightroom 4 Preset System has been designed from the ground up to be able to help you achieve any effect you desire. From vivid color correct images, to HDRs, to faded vintage images, to antiqued images, the sky is the limit!

Included are nearly 130 Develop Presets and 26 Brush Presets that are not only incredibly powerful, but also surprisingly simple and intuitive. Best of all, while other companies would charge $300, $400 or $500+ for a system like this, we are making the entire system available for only $99 . Oh yeah, and the accompanying tutorials and mixologies, those are all free! So enjoy peeps. Below are all of the initial tutorials to get you guys started.

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Q&A Discussions

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  1. Joseph Prusa

    Thanks for posting

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  2. yolanda maldonado

    can you tell me what position  i need to put my laptop screen in when i adjust exposure.
    Since screen adjustment changes exposure that I see.

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    • Pye

      You need to calibrate your screen, and if you are not on an IPS screen, you need to always be looking directly at your screen (not at any angles). 

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