Managing Photo Presets Tutorial Video

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Exposure X has loads of easy to use tools for managing photo preset effects. The tutorial below demonstrates how to browse, search, and filter photo presets to find the perfect look for your image. You’ll also learn how to save your own custom photo presets and how to import and export.

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  1. luca January 10, 2016 at 11:30 am

    good evening, i hav a question….i downloaded trial version n i m tryng use it standalone….i’m not so expert so i dont understand hw save my file after editing….is possible find instruction somewhere,before achieve product? thank u

  2. Fabiana February 26, 2016 at 6:57 pm

    Is there a way to sync the photos so that what is applied to one is applied to the others selected?

    • Jimmy Beech February 29, 2016 at 10:33 am

      There sure is, Fabiana!

      Press Command+Shift+C to copy the preset used on the selected image in Exposure X.
      Press Command+Shift+V to paste the preset used on the selected image(s) in Exposure X.

      There are plenty more helpful keyboard shortcuts, too. Here’s a link to the shortcut key map.

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