I have recently switched form CS5 to CS6. Problem is that when I bring RAW photos from my camera or old photos that were edited in CS5 into bridge they look fine initially but then upon completion of the download the exposure and whites are automaticlly bumped. When you open them in CS6 RAW editor the expsoure is up around 2 stops and the whites are boosted similarly. Hope someone can tell me how to fix this?
When you open them in CS6 RAW editor the expsoure is up around 2 stops and the whites are boosted similarly. Hope someone can tell me how to fix this?
First thought I have is that you have set different settings to ACR Default and now all thumbs rebuild to the default ACR.
Open a Raw file in ACR and when in first tab (Basic settings) you see a tiny menu icon right side of the word 'basic'. Click on this and from the fly out menu choose reset Camera Raw defaults and see if that helps.
I think this helped but didn't totally solve the problem. Helped in the sense that once a photo is eidted in the RAW editor it stays edited. Didn't help in the sense that bringing photos into the RAW editor for the first time the editor still boosts the whites and increase the exposure.
Not an expert on camera raw but just speculating that the new profile of ACR 7.x sees things diffrently that previous versions.
Post the question in the camera raw forum and see if they offer a good solution. If so post it back here for the benefit of others.
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