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Apply Auto Tone, Auto WB and Lens Corrections to all images in Lightroom Cloud Edtion 3.1

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Jan 01, 2020

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Hi All

I'm currently struggeling with the setting i know from Lightroom Classic:

  • Auto Tone
  • Auto White Balance
  • Lens Corrections

I would like to apply that to all images instead to every single one. How do I do that in Adoble Photoshop Lighroom (3.0).

There is no Sync Button and I sadly didn't find anything on google/all is for lightroom classic.

 

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Apply Auto Tone, Auto WB and Lens Corrections to all images in Lightroom Cloud Edtion 3.1

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Hi All

I'm currently struggeling with the setting i know from Lightroom Classic:

  • Auto Tone
  • Auto White Balance
  • Lens Corrections

I would like to apply that to all images instead to every single one. How do I do that in Adoble Photoshop Lighroom (3.0).

There is no Sync Button and I sadly didn't find anything on google/all is for lightroom classic.

 

Thanks

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Jan 01, 2020

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The sync feature is not available in Lightroom for the cloud. That feature is only available in Lightroom Classic. You can try to copy/paste and see if that will apply the adjustments that you are looking for, but you will have to paste to one image at a time. One copy procedure can be pasted multiple times. But that is the best you can do in Lightroom for the cloud.

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Thank you Jim.

Are there any plans to implement that feature or is there no need in Adobe's future plans?

 

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I found a somehow way around it, thanks to Jim.

 

Basically:

  1. Edit one image, Auto Tune, Auto WB and Lens Corrections
  2. CTRL+C
  3. Go to Grid View
  4. Select All (CTRL + A)
  5. Paste the Settings (CTRL + V)
  6. Do the further editing

 

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I'm just another Lightroom user, no connection with Adobe, don't know any of the plans for the future. Even if I did I would be under obligation not to disclose them. Adobe does not make future plans available to anyone. You will know what is available when it becomes available. That's just the way it is.

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