first of all, you are doing a great job, thank you guys!
I started to color grade film by using Da Vinci Resolve a while ago. One of my most often used features in color grading is the "memory" menu. There I can register the color adjustments of one specific clip - about 8 different styles can be registered, each one in its own slot, and, most important, can be recalled from there. When I shut down the software, all memory slots are cleared.
I am not talking about presets here!
It is like the "copy and paste" of image settings, but, and thats the point, multiplied by a few times. At least four slots to register (memorize) settings in LR would help to speed up everyones workflow a lot!
Why is that important?
When I take photographs I often operate under different lighting conditions, that change during the day.
Starting to color grade my photos of that day, I, most often, use a preset. But I never leave the preset as it is. I mostly always do a lot of tweaking, that means that my preset is only the basis of the grading. Every light setup needs a different treatment to look good. Cranking up the shadows, turning down saturation and luminance in the orange tones and so on and so forth...
I often copy the development settings and paste it onto the next picture. This works fine, until the light setting changes. Shooting outside, the light can change really quick. It would help me a lot (!!!) if LR could memorize the adjusted color grading settings on a menu tab in the menu and recall it later, when I get to photos that have a similar light setting in the same catalogue / project.
In my LR workflow I usually browse back to the picture with the similiar settings, copy the settings and paste it onto the unadjusted photo. Then the next picture happens to be one, where I have to use different settings. So again I search for a similiar one that was already color corrected, copy the settings and paste it onto that one. Sometime I have to goc back and forth sooo many times, that takes a lot of time. A memory tab (1 to 4 slots at least) would help me so much to recall these settings.
I added a sreenshot to see how this looks like in Da Vinci Resolve. Hope that is ok.