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Fri, Jun 4, 2021 4:20 AM

Lightroom Classic: Copy a history edit step to other photos

So when I copy and paste the settings from one photo to another they will become exactly the same. It would be awesome to be able to copy the step, like "adjust shadows slider by -20" to another photo. So if I have 3 photos with these current settings:

A) Shadows slider: 60

B) Shadows slider: 20

C) Shadows slider: -15

I could copy the edit "Shadows -20" to all of the photos making them:

A) Shadows slider: 40

B) Shadows slider: 0

C) Shadows slider: -35

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4 m ago

You can make relative adjustments using the Quick Develop panel in Library:

The single-arrow buttons adjust the current setting of each selected photo by +/- 5, and the double-arrow buttons by +/- 20.

If you want finer-grained control while waiting for Adobe to implement it, see the Relative Adjustment plugin.

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Dude, you sir are amazing! This is exactly what I needed. I didn't know that's what those adjustment arrows were for on the quick develop panel. Always did any adjustments on the develop module. And the Relative Adjustment plugin is just awesome. I found both of the solutions as a great option and very helpful. I greatly appreciate the input and such a fast reply. Saved me a good bit of time so I don't have to go over every single photo individually of the about 500 photos. 

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Glad you've got a workable solution.

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4 m ago

Passez dans le module développement/historique des modification et copiez modification/modification. si sur plusieurs photos en destination, sélectionner les images puis synchroniser les éléments de développement souhaités.

Go to the development / modification history module and copy modification / modification. if on several photos in destination, select the images then synchronize the desired development elements.