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Jun 28, 2020

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Hello. I have a problem to set the same exposure in Camera Raw for multiple photos (15-30). I don't know how set all photos the same exposure if I took a photo in automatic mode and now I would like to make one panorama.

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You can apply settings to several selected pictures into ACR when opening…

Here I changed exposure to this two gentlemen pics at the same time

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.23.png

Also you can copy modified parameters from one image and paste to another; right click on a thumnail for that

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.35.png

ACR is no less than Lightroom Classic developpement module…

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set the same exposure in Camera Raw

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Hello. I have a problem to set the same exposure in Camera Raw for multiple photos (15-30). I don't know how set all photos the same exposure if I took a photo in automatic mode and now I would like to make one panorama.

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Correct answer by didiermazier | Adobe Community Professional

You can apply settings to several selected pictures into ACR when opening…

Here I changed exposure to this two gentlemen pics at the same time

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.23.png

Also you can copy modified parameters from one image and paste to another; right click on a thumnail for that

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.35.png

ACR is no less than Lightroom Classic developpement module…

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I've moved this from the poorly named Community Help forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Photoshop forum so that proper help can be offered.

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I'm not sure this can be done in Camera Raw, but if you can import the photos into Lightroom Classic, you can use the "Match Total Exposure" feature in Lightroom Classic. This feature is NOT in the cloud version of Lightroom.

 

The command is found under "Settings > Match Total Exposure."

 

Let u sknow if this is helpful.

 

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Thank you so much! I didn't find that more than two ears. i found in PS, not in LR. now i know perfect option for my usual task! Thanks again!

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one more question about this. when all photos have the same exposure, can I change the exposure level/ contrast/ color on all photos so that it keep it at the same level?

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Also in Lightroom Classic, in the Library Module (not the Develop Module), select all your images on the grid, and open the "Quick Develop" panel on the right side. Adjusting exposure with this panel shifts exposure relative to the current value. You can shift by 1/3 stop with the single arrow, or a full stop with the double arrows. This should accomplish what you're trying to do. 

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You can apply settings to several selected pictures into ACR when opening…

Here I changed exposure to this two gentlemen pics at the same time

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.23.png

Also you can copy modified parameters from one image and paste to another; right click on a thumnail for that

Capture d’écran 2020-06-29 à 19.46.35.png

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