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Copying settings and selective color selection in Lightroom

New Here ,
Oct 11, 2023 Oct 11, 2023

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Hi, after the update, when copying settings to other images, only the coordinates of the selective color selection are transferred and not as before when the selected color range was transferred. Does anyone have a similar problem? Is it possible to change this in the settings? Can the next update fix it?

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Oct 12, 2023 Oct 12, 2023

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I am not understanding your issue here. 

Could you post more detail, including:

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Thanks.

Rikk Flohr - Customer Advocacy: Adobe Photography Products

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Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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sorry for the lack of contact 🙂 I solved the problem manually but now it is back again.
Before the update it was possible to select a point on the photo with the colour range function. For example, in the first photo I set a colour range mask on a red t-shirt that is in the middle of the frame. I set the selection range to red. It gives +1 contrast. I then transfer the settings to the other photos. In each photo where there is a red element it is changed by +1 contrast.
Now I can select the colour range but when I copy the settings the position of the marker is moved, not the colour range.
Now, if I mark the colour range on the red t-shirt in the first photo, which is in the centre of the image, and add +1 contrast, then in the next photo I have + 1 contrast, but for a point in the same position, e.g. in the second photo in the centre there is a person in a blue t-shirt, it changes to +1 contrast. Because the red element is no longer in the middle but to the left.
Is there any way to make this more precise?
So far how two different lights were mixed in the pictures. It was I could set the range of the blue glow and add 2000k to it, copy it to the rest and in all photos where there was a blue spot it would warm up. Now I don't know how I can do this.

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