The majority of our RAW images can be batch edited using the below profiles and templates. This document is not an instructional guide on how to use Lightroom, but rather, a way to speed up basic batch editing.
FULL HOUSE PRESET
When the images you’re editing are correctly exposed and the white balance is acceptable, you can use the “FULL HOUSE” preset as a basic marker for cleaning up images.
Full House Preset: +.5 Exposure, +25 Contrast, +25 Clarity, +5 Saturation, +5 Vibrance
Contrast and clarity help the image pop by increasing the distinction between colors.
Vibrance and saturation accentuate these colors to make them stand out.
Additional exposure is used to counteract the contrast, which tends to make the images darker.
You can simply apply the “FULL HOUSE” preset and make any necessary white balance tweaks manually. After the preset has been applied, scroll through each image to ensure that the changes you’ve made are what you’re looking for.
MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE (MLL) PRESETS
For batch editing MLL photos we’ve created a series of presets with varying levels of exposure, depending on the stadium lighting and time of day. You can download those, here.