While most photo editing applications offer presets, Radiant Photo is significantly different. When using smart presets and presets with your images, they are adaptive. In addition, many of the Radiant Photo adjustments conform to each image’s content.
For example, instead of setting an absolute value for Exposure, you can choose a target like Low, Medium, or High. Many tools can also react to what an image needs, so the slider values are more a representation of what amount of the recommended value you want to use.
Creating a preset is easy. Simply use an existing preset and customize the controls or start from scratch. Once the sliders match your preferences, it’s time to create a preset. Consider using options like the Automatic Strength Selection and Face Aware Exposure options to make a preset more useful.
- Edit a photo to taste using the Smart Editing and standard editing controls.
- At the bottom of the Adjustment controls, click the Save Preset button to save the current settings as a new preset. A new window opens.
- Choose from any of the loaded User Preset groups or enter a name for a new group.
- Enter a Preset Name, and give it a descriptive name that’s easy to understand. Very long names may be cut off in the panel.
- You can enter a description of the preset to help you choose it in the future.
- Click Save to store the new preset.
You’ll now see that Preset in the presets panel. It would be in a “User Preset” group unless you have already selected a custom Preset Group before saving the preset.
If you want to make a new group to hold presets, that’s easy. Just click the More button in the Preset controls and choose to Add a group. Next, enter the group’s name and click the plus button to add it. Do not press the Return or Enter key when adding the name.
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