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Camera RAW too much contrast

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Apr 08, 2017

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Hi, I've recently started shooting RAW and importing my photos into camera RAW in photoshop to edit, I usually shoot cinestyle with JPEG and RAW but every time I import a RAW file into photoshop it has a lot of contrast and is way too saturated making it really hard to edit, are there any solutions for this problem?

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Adjust one of your newly opened images to look the way you want it to look when it is first opened. Then create a preset that can be applied to newly opened images. Or, create new default settings using those adjustments. If you create new defaults then those settings will be automatically applied whenever you open new images or reset images that have already been adjusted.

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Camera RAW too much contrast

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Hi, I've recently started shooting RAW and importing my photos into camera RAW in photoshop to edit, I usually shoot cinestyle with JPEG and RAW but every time I import a RAW file into photoshop it has a lot of contrast and is way too saturated making it really hard to edit, are there any solutions for this problem?

Thanks.

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

Adjust one of your newly opened images to look the way you want it to look when it is first opened. Then create a preset that can be applied to newly opened images. Or, create new default settings using those adjustments. If you create new defaults then those settings will be automatically applied whenever you open new images or reset images that have already been adjusted.

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Adjust one of your newly opened images to look the way you want it to look when it is first opened. Then create a preset that can be applied to newly opened images. Or, create new default settings using those adjustments. If you create new defaults then those settings will be automatically applied whenever you open new images or reset images that have already been adjusted.

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Thanks so much!

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Are you saying it changes appearance from ACR to Photoshop?

In that case you probably have a broken display profile. They should always be identical.

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