How Do I add/remove Photoshop Raw Presets?

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Sep 30, 2021 Sep 30, 2021

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Hello Adobe Photoshop Community. I'm hoping someone how there can help me with this, hopefully simply, task that keeps frustrating me. In Photoshop Raw, there are now Presets that come installed for our convenience, for example; Cinematic, Futuristic, Medium Skin, Light Skin, etc.

 

However, after I have made my basic edits to a file and then I go play around with the Presets and maybe find something I like, but change my mind, I have no idea how to delete (or deactivate the preset) and revert back to what my Raw edits looked like before the addition of adding the Preset. I wish it was as simply as clicking the preset again to deactivate it.

 

I hope someone out there, knows what I'm taking about and can help.

 

Thank you!

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Sep 30, 2021 Sep 30, 2021

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Moved to the Camera Raw forum, from the Photoshop forum.

 

There should be a default preset that you can reapply. Look at a new Raw file to see what is set for tje default. Then set the file that you changed to that. 

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I suggest you make a Snapshot of the state before you apply the presets then you can quickly revert back to that state at any future time.

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