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I'm having trouble opening a RAW photo file in Photoshop as Camera Raw to run an action.

Community Beginner ,
Apr 17, 2023 Apr 17, 2023

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I open a lot of RAW files in Camera Raw and denoise them in Photoshop using an external plugin called Neat Image.

When I open the RAW files in Camera Raw for 16bit operation and create an action, if I touch even one option in Camera Raw, it is applied to all the RAW files in bulk.

This means that each photo will have a different color temperature.
like 4800k for one and 5400k for another.

When I opened Camera Raw to create the action, I chose Lighten Exposure to lighten the exposure for all of the photos, and I chose the original value for the color temperature. For example, let's say the original value is 4800k.

When I run the action, all the photos are lightened by the specified exposure, which is what I want, but all the photos with a color temperature of 5400K are opened at 4800K. This is not what I want.

This seems to be a bug or there is a usage I am not aware of.
I need some advice.

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Little confused by the workflow and steps. 

You open in Adobe Camera Raw then they end up in 16-bit inside of Photoshop; they are no longer raws. Then you try opening these non-raws again in Adobe Camera Raw and apply bulk edits (what you can an action)? Or do you run a real PS action? 

Rendered images from raw may indeed report a different Color Temp after rendering. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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