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User Presets: RAW v JPEG

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Jun 11, 2018

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Hi all

I have recently created my own User Presets to help with editing my own photos to my style, or at least attempting to create my own style.

I have a Canon M5 that shoots Raw and Jpeg files.  I also shoot with an iPhone 8plus and GoPro, mainly in .jpeg format.

When importing these photos into Lightroom, I have found that I can't use presets created originally on RAW files on my Jpeg files, but can use any preset created from a jpeg file on a raw file.

Is this correct?

Is there a way of using the preset across both file formats?

I am also using MacOS and the latest version of Lightroom Classic.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Amanda

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When you create the preset, uncheck the [Treatment & Profile] box.

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User Presets: RAW v JPEG

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Hi all

I have recently created my own User Presets to help with editing my own photos to my style, or at least attempting to create my own style.

I have a Canon M5 that shoots Raw and Jpeg files.  I also shoot with an iPhone 8plus and GoPro, mainly in .jpeg format.

When importing these photos into Lightroom, I have found that I can't use presets created originally on RAW files on my Jpeg files, but can use any preset created from a jpeg file on a raw file.

Is this correct?

Is there a way of using the preset across both file formats?

I am also using MacOS and the latest version of Lightroom Classic.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Amanda

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

When you create the preset, uncheck the [Treatment & Profile] box.

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If the preset involves assigning a camera profile that is raw-specific than that preset can only be used on a raw image. However, as far as I know, that would be the only limiting factor. For instance I have lens sharpening presets for my different lenses that don't involve camera profiles, and I can use those presets on either raw or JPEG images. So I think it would depend on what settings are included in the preset.

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When you create the preset, uncheck the [Treatment & Profile] box.

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Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0.1, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Thank you.  This worked.  Appreciate all the help! 

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Amanda

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Where are these Settings check boxes in Camera Raw ?

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