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Fast presets not exportable

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Feb 25, 2017

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The quick presets that you can choose when shooting with the Lightroom app - can't be exported. The "flat" preset gives me great results I like and would love to edit without loosing all preset settings and export with the corrections/preset applied. When exporting a picture with these presets the exported file is naked - no preset applied. Just the raw file.

Im I doing something wrong or are those presets not usable at all?

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Fast presets not exportable

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The quick presets that you can choose when shooting with the Lightroom app - can't be exported. The "flat" preset gives me great results I like and would love to edit without loosing all preset settings and export with the corrections/preset applied. When exporting a picture with these presets the exported file is naked - no preset applied. Just the raw file.

Im I doing something wrong or are those presets not usable at all?

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"Flat" isn't really a preset.  It's just the default when you open an image.  The only value that changes with "Flat" is the tint, usually by such a small amount (+/- ~10) that it's barely noticeable.

Try using a much more obvious preset and export that.

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Feb 26, 2017

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There is a big difference between the presets that you can choose while shooting in camera mode and the presets in editing mode.

I stopped using the in camera presets and edited each and every file afterwards. A bit annoying ...

for me the "flat" style makes a huge difference compared to the unfiltered image.

Without filter: Dropbox - Foto 26.02.17, 18 35 49.png

flat style: Dropbox - Foto 26.02.17, 18 35 53.png

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I've just done a test with the "Camera > High Contrast" preset and the image exports correctly.

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So maybe to clarify: i am using the Lightroom mobile app on an iPhone 7+ and shooting in DNG.

While shooting im using the (German: Flach / English: Flat) quickpreset.

This results in an image while shooting that I really like. (1)

in the gallery the pictures are shown in this style.(1) But when i export them without any edit the pictures are plain - like the raw file. (2)

compared this to the "flat" preset in the editing mode (3) it doesn't look a bit like the one I shot (1).

Maybe the difference lies in the way Lightroom mobile works. I guess there is some sort of preview file that is created on the fly. But when you are loading the raw file the preset etc is not matched correctly because of the different bit-depth.

(1) Dropbox - Foto 27.02.17, 10 28 31.png

(2) Dropbox - Foto 27.02.17, 10 28 42.png

(3) Dropbox - Foto 27.02.17, 10 28 58 (1).png

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Yeah, that's quite a difference.  What happens when you view the photos in Lightroom Desktop?

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