Combining Lightroom Presets for Localized Effects
by Ken Milburn
In yet another blog, I talked about the convenience of being able to record or download a variety of Develop Module Presets and then being able to preview those presets simply by dragging the cursor down the names of the presets while watching the monitor. As Michael Clark so eloquently explained in his recent blog on getting the most out of the Lightroom Develop Module, these tools and adjustments are so versatile that you may actually prefer one treatment of an image for its interpretation of one section of the image and another treatment because it's more flattering to a different area.
I don't think you need to use RAW in your opening sentence. As far as I can tell, everything you mention can be done with JPEG images. And as long as you start in Lightroom it can all be done nondestructively.
You need a new picture, you looked pissed, and not the British word for drunk.