17 Jun How to Create ISO Adaptive Presets in Lightroom 9.3

Source: Thomas Fitzgerald Photography

One of the interesting new features added to the latest version of Lightroom is the ability to create ISO adaptive presets. What this means is that you can create presets that will change their settings depending on the ISO of the image to which they’re applied. Creating these is actually pretty straight forward, but there are a few things you should consider.

How to create an Adaptive ISO Preset

To create one of these new Adaptive ISO presets in Lightroom, you simply select two or more images of different ISO settings from which to create your presets, and then when creating a new preset check the box for creating an adaptive ISO preset. Here are the instructions step by step:

Step 1 – Select and Prepare Your Source Images

Make sure you have your images ready from which to create the presets. You will need at least two images of different ISO values (you can have more than two). You then need to apply the settings to each image, including changes between the two for anything you want to change with the ISO setting

For example, if you wanted to create a preset for sharpening and noise reduction, that had different values depending not he ISO settings, then set these settings on your source images. If you want to have other settings that don’t change with the ISO value, then make sure that these settings are the same on all your source images. For example, if you wanted to add contrast to the sharpening and

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