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How do I apply a specific User Preset at/above specific ISO's for all Imported Files?

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1. Can I apply Preset 1 for ISO 3200-5000 and Preset 2 for > 5000?

2. Can I apply these same at the point of import from my camera into LR iPad?  (Different forum, I know)

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How do I apply a specific User Preset at/above specific ISO's for all Imported Files?

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"Can I apply Preset 1 for ISO 3200-5000 and Preset 2 for > 5000?"

 

You can make an ISO adaptive preset that contains different settings for different ISOs:

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/develop-module-tools.html#iso-adaptive-preset 

 

I don't think LR Mobile supports ISO adaptive presets.

 

You can set that preset as the camera-raw default that will get applied whenever you import photos from that camera:

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/raw-defaults.html

 

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