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How to install your DNG mobile presets into lightroom CC mobile app

How to use your presets?


The Lightroom Mobile app is a powerful editing tool to have at your fingertips. And it’s free to download and use. If you want to use Lightroom mobile presets on it, though, things can get confusing.

Let’s break it down so that you can easily install presets into Lightroom Mobile without a desktop computer.



1. First download Lightroom on your mobile device

Go onto your mobile's app store and search adobe lightroom. This will bring up the app and then you can download it.






2. Download the presets




3.How to unzip the file





You will need to unzip the preset file if it is in zip format to gain access to the presets. You can either do this on your computer and transfer or we can send you the unzipped folder via email if you struggle with this.


An app you can use on IOS is

iZip but files now also unzips so you do not require the app


On android you can use this.

B1 Archiver.MiXplorer Silver.RAR.WinZip.ZArchiver.

then open in lightroom/ move to photo






How to unzip the file More info

IOS


Download the zip file and add to files.


Click and hold and it will uncompress the file but if your phone is older you may need one of the apps above


Select all or do one by one and launch in lightroom


Launch Lightroom now


The photo will be there




4. Add the DNG files to Lightroom


Transfer the files to photos or click and hold and open in lightroom Make an album/ folder for the presets if you'd like. Or just add from photos


When you import the photos it should immediately take you to your library of photos with the photo from us. The preset will be on that photo. If you're not taken there click library bottom left.





5. Create preset

Once you have selected the photo click the 3 dots in the top right hand corner.


You can then click "Create Preset" to rename your preset and save it. You can then use our preset on any of your photos!


Name it as whatever you'd like but it is easiest to name it as the "preset name" and the number







Cant find the preset?


Scroll to the end of the bottom bar and click presets


Click the top title in this case "colour"


Click on user presets as this is most likely where the preset was saved


And there you go!

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