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Lightroom--I would love to see relative presets as opposed to only absolute presets. For example, I may want to add +10 of yellow in Temperature to what ever setting exists and not a static number. This would be great for white balancing where pleasing color is preferable over accurate color. I may want to white balance a set of pictures and add +10 of yellow to warm things up. I find a lot of presets aren’t useful in my workflow, but a relative color temp/tint would be. Thanks, Reid
@Rikk Flohr: Photography, this should be marked as Released, no?
Relative Presets have never been released. To date, the only place to perform a relative adjustment to a range of images is the Quick Develop Panel. What are you thinking here @johnrellis ? Am I missing something?
Sorry, senior moment :-<
No worries. I was just confirming I wasn't experiencing a moment here too!
I often want to adjust multiple photos by the same amout (e.g. +0,5 exposure) in develop module.
It would be great if selecting multiple photos with autosync enabled and then Ctrl+dragging sliders would apply the same adjustment to all selected photos. But not "same" in terms of absolute value as it is now when dragging but same in terms of relative amount of how was the active photo adjusted.
The Quick Develop panel does relative adjustments of many sliders. Have you experimented there?
Merging you into the previous feature request.
Of course. That is why I specifically mentioned the "develop" module in my post.
I would love to see this added. Dont understand why it was not yet. Especially with the AI masks and adjust amounts in presets such a feature is a banger. Even just exposure to be able to just added +.0.25... to what ever the current value is would make editing so much quicker.