Getting Gleaful Presets On Mobile


Hey everyone! So my presets have launched and I'm so excited that so much energy and buzz has started to surround them. I created these presets after noticing how all other presets tend to concentrate on white skin, often washing out melanin. I wanted to fix that, and I have! If you haven't already, you can purchase them here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GleafulPresets

So now that you have the presets, you want to use them on EVERYTHING! Honestly, same.

Lugging your DSLR everywhere is quite frankly tiresome and not practical in all situations but that quick snap you just took on your phone is perfect and you want to post it. However, it could look even better and you know it, you want that Gleaful Preset on this image ASAP! What if I told you that you can put a Gleaful Preset on even mobile images and apply them ON YOUR PHONE??

I'm going to give you a step by step of how to get your Lightroom Presets onto mobile Lightroom. (Andriod: Adobe LIghtroom Mobile - iOS: Adobe Lightroom CC Mobile )

The Steps

  1. Open any Lightroom catalog on Desktop. In Library module, go to the bottom left panel labeled “Collections” and press on the “+” sign to create a new collection. (Make sure to sync to Lightroom Mobile)

  2. Select any unprocessed photo in the catalog. It is best to choose one that you can easily see the applied presets. Apply desired preset with one-click edit only.

  3. Drag The photo to the new collection.

  4. Create virtual copies for as many presets you want to use in LR Mobile

  5. Apply presets to the virtual copies

  6. Sync collection with Lightroom Mobile

Click the circled 3 dots at the top right corner and you'll see:

After choosing "Create Preset, you'll see the follow screen. Title the preset with the Gleaful Preset applied to the image and now you have your mobile device ready to edit on the go with your favorite presets!

Hope this tutorial has helped you! Don't forget to grab Autumn Essentials dropping November 4th! Happy edits.


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