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Photoshop batch edit doesn't work with Sony cameras

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Jan 05, 2022 Jan 05, 2022

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For my work, I heavily use Bridge to organize and batch edit JPG photos. I use the Canon EOS70D but recently have been playing around with my sony mirrorless cameras. My coworker helped me set up a series of PS batch shortcuts and they've been killer with photos shot with the Canon (it's automatically re-centered). Issue I'm running into with my Sony mirrorless cameras (I've tried it with my a6000 and the ZV-E10) is when I try using the crop shortcut, the photo will crop to the top left. Is there a way to get this adjusted? Now I'm having to batch open 5-10 images and individually manually crop and save in PS and then it automatically saves in Bridge.

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Jan 06, 2022 Jan 06, 2022

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This is a Photoshop issue and likely because your images are different sizes. The 70D is 20MP and the a6000 is 24MP so that would make the difference. You need to record new actions.

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