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Find looks you love in a few steps with Adjustment Presets.

Add a filter to your photos and images in {{photoshop}} effortlessly with new Adjustment Presets. Photoshop Presets are tools and editing sequences you can create or import that speed up work by applying changes and effects in a few clicks. Adjustment Presets make the image editing process even simpler with a new menu of filters.

Beautiful edits, less work.

Save time by starting with a stunning filter from the Adjustment Presets panel instead of manually tweaking dozens of adjustment sliders to edit from scratch.

See it, then select it.

Get a peek at how Presets look before you change the appearance of your images. Hover over options ideal for portraits, landscapes, and more in the Adjustments Presets panel to preview them all.

Pick Presets for every mood.

Choose from over 30 Adjustment Presets that range from the creative Color Pop and the cinematic Split Tone to photo repair options like Warm Contrast and variations on black and white images. Apply each in a single click.

Take edits even further.

Personalize any Adjustment Preset to your heart’s content. Edit the specific adjustments of the Preset in the Layers panel and make it uniquely yours.

Add style to your images in just a few steps with the Camera Raw Filter.

You can access even more filter-like Presets by using the Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop.

  • Preview your Presets.
    See how even more free Presets look with any image. Go to Camera Raw Filter and select the Presets icon to view them all. Scroll your cursor over each to preview the adjustments on your work.
  • Add even more Preset options.
    You can bring Presets created by creatives from across the globe to your work. Once you have the Preset file, simply select the ellipsis menu within Presets and scroll down to Import Profiles & Presets.
  • Perfect your own Presets.
    Turn your favorite editing sequences into Presets so you can use them anytime, anywhere. Make your edits in Camera Raw Filter, select the Presets icon, and click the Create Preset icon.
  • Export and share your Presets.
    By tweaking an existing Preset or starting from scratch, you can save a series of edits to share or sell as your own creation. Once you have a look you love, hit the ellipsis menu in Camera Raw Filter and select Save Settings.

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Discover more about {{photoshop}} and Presets.

Try even more ways to adjust your images with these tutorials.

Frequently asked questions.

What are presets in Photoshop?

Presets are pre-defined settings that you can apply to images to quickly get a certain effect or style. They save custom settings for things like filters, styles, brushes, patterns, etc.

Where can I find Photoshop presets?

You can browse and access presets within Photoshop in various places. Some common presets are available under the Presets menus for gradients, contours, patterns, etc. You can download free and paid presets online too.

How do I install and use presets in Photoshop?

Download preset files or libraries and place them in the designated Presets folder. In Photoshop, select the type of preset you want to use then choose Load Presets to access them. Click the preset thumbnail to apply it.

Can I create my own custom presets?

Yes! Once you have effect settings you like, click the menu icon in the options bar and choose Save Preset. Give it a name and it will be available in your user Presets library.

What’s the best way to apply presets?

Use presets on adjustment layers rather than applying directly to image layers. This lets you modify or remove the preset effects later non-destructively.

Can I download Photoshop presets?

Yes, you can download Photoshop presets for free or purchase premium preset packs online.

Does Photoshop have free presets?

Yes, Photoshop provides some free preset packs for gradients, patterns, shapes, etc.

Do Photoshop presets work with Lightroom?

Some presets are designed for specific programs. Photoshop presets won't work in Lightroom and vice versa. Be sure to use program-specific presets.

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