Creating, Using and Sharing Presets

Creating, Using and Sharing Presets

By Joseph Cristina

Using presets in AfterShot Pro is a quick and easy way to reproduce a certain effect on your photos, saving you a lot of tedious and repetitive editing time. This tutorial by professional photographer Joseph Cristina will show you how to create, use and share presets. Learn how to create a folder for your presets, how to save a preset you have created and then how to apply this new preset to other photos. He’ll also show you the file location for Windows and Mac users, so you can find your new preset file and share it with others.

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