2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 18, 2010 8:56 AM by Yammer

    Gradient adjustments

    Yammer Level 4

      I think I'm right in saying that, when you process multiple images in ACR, you can apply just about any adjustment to all selected frames. What you cannot do, is apply a gradient adjustment (and adjustment brush) to more than one image at once.


      I'm sure there's a very good reason for this, but when I have to apply gradients to a hundred landscapes, just to get a better idea of which ones to pick, it gets a bit laborious! I know that the gradients' positions will be slightly different in each frame, but I quite often custom-pick an exposure/contrast/clarity gradient setting for a particular shoot or batch, and it would be easier to apply the gradient first, and fine-tune it later.


      Am I missing something, or can anyone suggest an alternative workflow?