Save your own Presets

Digital Photo (UK) - - PHOTOSHOP GENIUS -

Once you’ve cre­ated a black and white ef­fect you like, it’s easy to save it as a Pre­set so you can ap­ply it to any pic­ture in fu­ture. To do this, first mix up the ef­fect you like, us­ing the ex­ist­ing Presets on the left of the in­ter­face and the con­trols on the right. When you’re happy, be­fore click­ing OK to process the ef­fect, click on the + icon along­side the Cus­tom panel at the bot­tom left of the screen. Give your Pre­set a suit­able name, such as Stone In­te­rior, and click OK. By load­ing an im­age and se­lect­ing this cus­tom pre­set, you can now ap­ply this ef­fect.

Cre­at­ing your own cus­tom presets in Silver Efex Pro 2 is easy to do and al­lows you to ap­ply ef­fects you’ve cre­ated with a sin­gle mouse-click.

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