Camera color profiles and reverting to Adobe Default

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Dec 28, 2021 Dec 28, 2021

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I import my RAW images using "Camera Settings" in the Edit>Preferences>Presets menu, which is set at Master>Camera Settings. In other words, I start out with a RAW file that has camera specific color setting applied to it.

 

Sometimes I want to remove all the color settings set by the camera, and start with a file that has an "Adobe Default" setting.

 

Can I do this -- change from a camera set color mode to Adobe Default after the image has been imported, or do I need to re-import the file once I change the menu to Adobe Default in the Presets menu?

 

Thanks for your help!
 

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You change it in the Profile Browser in the Basic Panel of Develop. You can also use Auto Sync to do this to a selection of photos as well, but be sure to turn it off afterwards. 

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Additional methods:

 

- After changing the profile to Adobe Standard in the Basic panel, create a develop preset named Adobe Standard with just Treatment & Profile checked.

 

- Instead of Auto Sync, use Sync Settings or Copy/Paste Settings to copy just Treatment & Profile.  

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You can do this with the Develop preset in the Defaults preset folder named Adobe Default.

 

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"You can do this with the Develop preset in the Defaults preset folder named Adobe Default."

 

Duh, right! I forget about all the built-in presets, since I've got them all hidden :-<

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Thank you all for your kind advice, now I have  few options to do so!  

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