Stacking Camera Raw adjustment layers

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Hi, would like to know if this is possible and if so how please?

 

Original image is layer 1

Apply camera raw filter at layer 2

Apply different camera raw filter at layer 3

Make the effect additive on layer 1 i.e. If I had created a single filter with the combined settings of 2 and 3.

 

Example:

Layer 1 original

Layer 2 - set ACR exposure +1 and Contrast +8

Layer 3 Clarity +20 and Saturation -30

 

Effect on layer 1 is Exp +1 + Contrast +8 Clarity +20 and Sat +-30

 

Then if I turn off layer 2, effect on Layer 1 is just Clarity +20 and Sat +-30

 

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Stacking Camera Raw adjustment layers

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Hi, would like to know if this is possible and if so how please?

 

Original image is layer 1

Apply camera raw filter at layer 2

Apply different camera raw filter at layer 3

Make the effect additive on layer 1 i.e. If I had created a single filter with the combined settings of 2 and 3.

 

Example:

Layer 1 original

Layer 2 - set ACR exposure +1 and Contrast +8

Layer 3 Clarity +20 and Saturation -30

 

Effect on layer 1 is Exp +1 + Contrast +8 Clarity +20 and Sat +-30

 

Then if I turn off layer 2, effect on Layer 1 is just Clarity +20 and Sat +-30

 

Cheers

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You can stack them as smart filters (after first converting the original image to a smart object). The effect will be cumulative and "transparent". Try it out and see if it does what you want.

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Appreciated. With your solution is there any way to rename each filter? Otherwise I will end up with a stack of filters all called 'Camera Raw Filter' and not know which adjustment was in which filter?

 

 

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Um, well, no. I don't see any way. That's a problem if you have several. Anyone?

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