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Old 12-01-2012, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default Importing Lightroom Presets into Photoshop?

Not sure if this is the appropriate forum but I have both programs and prefer Photoshop for editing raw files since I'm just more used to it--but I love the presets that Lightroom offers and I've yet to find the equivalent in PS.

Is there a way to get the presets into PS's raw edit mode, or is there anything equivalent?
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Export Lightroom presets to your document file. Import that file to PS.
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