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How to identify the preset applied to a photo

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Jan 31, 2019

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I cannot identify which preset i have applied to a particular photo

I cant recreate the circumstance where i SEEM to remember seeing a colored bar or tab alongside the name of the applied preset ( maybe this is not on mac os bur ios  and i do remember seeing it in the past) , but what i can confirm as i write thsi is that  if i use LRCC on MAC OS and I  load a photo in detail view, i cannot identify the preset that i applied to this photo

Is there a  method of  identifying the preset applied just as i can always see the profile applied?

thanks

If you have the presets panel open and the categories expanded the applied preset will be highlighted in blue – see image below.

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How to identify the preset applied to a photo

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I cannot identify which preset i have applied to a particular photo

I cant recreate the circumstance where i SEEM to remember seeing a colored bar or tab alongside the name of the applied preset ( maybe this is not on mac os bur ios  and i do remember seeing it in the past) , but what i can confirm as i write thsi is that  if i use LRCC on MAC OS and I  load a photo in detail view, i cannot identify the preset that i applied to this photo

Is there a  method of  identifying the preset applied just as i can always see the profile applied?

thanks

If you have the presets panel open and the categories expanded the applied preset will be highlighted in blue – see image below.

PresetsPanel.jpg

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Feb 01, 2019

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I’m pretty sure there isn’t a way (in Classic I think you can identify via the History).

The trouble is that if you make any further adjustment, it isn’t the Preset anymore.

You can add a vote here for the feature request:

Lightroom CC/Mobile: History Syncing | Photoshop Family Customer Community

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If you have the presets panel open and the categories expanded the applied preset will be highlighted in blue – see image below.

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Yep, Jon is correct, just realised that the photos that I was looking at had subsequent adjustments, doh!

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