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Lightroom for iPad and preset stacking

New Here ,
Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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I have lightroom for iPad and I installed some presets. The presets are in separate modules I.e one for exposure, one for sharpening, one for creative effects etc. However, when applying the presets I can't  use more than one per image, for example if I use the preset for exposure and make the photo brighter when I try and add the preset for sharpening it reverts the full image to original and then applies the sharpening preset. Is it not possible to stack presets in light room for iPad? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 02, 2021 Jun 02, 2021
When you Create Preset, is Profile selected. Maybe for the Sharpening one for example, try turning that off, if it's on.

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Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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If, when created,  they don't have any settings that have been used in the previous applied one then they should work just fine.

 

I have just tested on iPad, with one that just had the exposure blown out and another that just had a vignette effect and both were applied.

 

 

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Hi they are totally different settings they don't overlap in any way for example if I apply the exposure preset it doesn't add any sharpening at all, then when I try to stack the sharpening preset it reverts the image to original and adds the sharpening 

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When you Create Preset, is Profile selected. Maybe for the Sharpening one for example, try turning that off, if it's on.

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That's it that worked thanks I  created the presets air of the profiles are pre selected I'll need to deselect them when loading 

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