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P: Copy Different Settings From Different Cameras.

Community Beginner ,
Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021

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Be able to assign hotkeys (such as ctrl+c and ctrl+v) to copy and paste certain settings from one photo, and other hotkeys (maybe ctrl+6 and ctrl+7) to copy and paste different settings from a different photo. 

 

This would make it so that when editing 600+ photos that include 2 or more cameras, you don't have to go back and forth between copying and pasting settings. I am aware that you can organize the photos by camera type and then just edit one camera at a time. However the reason this also isn't an ideal solution is because sometimes multiple cameras are capturing the same moment, and I don't necessarily know if I will for sure want to keep all the photos from that one moment, so I need to be able to see the photos from all cameras while editing. Anyways, thank you to anyone who read through all of this! =D

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Oct 10, 2021 Oct 10, 2021

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Lightroom already has a huge number of shortcuts, so it won't be easy to find an unused one. And given the fact that this is a very specific use, probably not needed by most people (who do indeed simply edit by camera in that case), Adobe does have to make choices. BTW: Ctrl+6 and Ctrl+7 are already in use (on Windows). They apply a color label.

 

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