Do Lightroom presets works in Photoshop?

Yes, you can use Lightroom Presets (.xmp) in Photoshop. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Update Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to their latest versions.
  2. Locate the .XMP presets folder in Lightroom. For Windows, this is typically found at C:\Users[Your Username]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\Settings. For macOS, it's usually in ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Camera Raw/Settings/.
  3. Copy the .XMP presets you wish to use in Photoshop to the Adobe Camera Raw folder.
  4. Open Photoshop and load an image you want to edit.
  5. Launch Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) either by opening the image in the ACR workspace or using the 'Filter' > 'Camera Raw Filter' option.
  6. In ACR, click the 'Presets' icon (represented by horizontal lines and sliders).
  7. Choose a preset from the imported .XMP Lightroom presets.
  8. You can make additional adjustments to the image if needed. When you're satisfied with the changes, click 'Open' or 'Done'.
  9. Save your edited image in Photoshop using the 'File' > 'Save As' command.

By following these steps, you'll be able to use Lightroom Presets (.xmp) to edit your images in Photoshop.

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