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Subject: Camera Raw Relative/Absolute Adjustments



As someone who works with natural light and wanting to maintain some consistency, especially with color, being able to make changes which are relative to the current image state globally without ruining the settings is huge. Right now, you can make absolute changes only.

This is kind of hard for me to explain...bear with me:

Let's say I've got 300 RAW files adjusted for color and exposure, contrast and all of it and they are varied because my light is inconsistent or whatever. My client says, "I want the the exposure on all of the images punched up 2 stops." (Yeah, unlikely, but whatever)

If I have a bunch of images +1 stop, some at zero and another couple at minus 1, I should be able to select all of the images, click a "Relative" box (or even a dropdown "Absolute/Relative" box) and push them a stop together from where they are currently, bringing the first batch to +2, the second to 1 and the last to 0.

Does that make sense? Sound useful to anyone else?

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