Lightroom users: Did you ever wish you had access to the photo processing filters on your desktop… when you weren’t at your desktop? Lucky for you, Reddit user naturalized_cinnamon shared a process by which you can sync your favorite Develop Module presets to Lightroom Mobile. Whether you use VSCO Film or you’ve created a set of your own presets, you’ll always have them at hand!
Here’s how it works: first, create a “host image” for each preset. Apply the preset to the image, and then use the Creative Cloud Sync feature to have those settings transfer to your phone. Once you find yourself in the mood to apply, say, Fuji Provia 100F to one of your iPhone shots, just bring it into Lr Mobile, then copy and paste the develop settings from the host image to your target image, and tweak if necessary. Very cool!
See the full process as described by naturalized_cinnamon. Note that the host images can be as simple or complex as you like; in his example, you can see that different brands of film have been color-coded: orange for Kodak, purple and green for Fuji, etc. The colors and/or gradients used won’t affect how your photos are processed, but can help you find what you’re looking for a little more quickly.