You can set Lightroom Default Develop Settings so that certain parameters are automatically applied every time you import an image. But some parameters, like Noise Reduction, require different settings based on the specific ISO setting of that camera.
Fortunately, Lightroom Default Develop Settings can be assigned to specific combinations of camera and ISO. This can be a real productivity enhancer when you’re working with high volumes of photos, especially if you have photos created under a variety of lighting conditions, or with a variety of different cameras. In this video, I’ll show you how to create camera and ISO specific Lightroom Default Develop Settings.
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