by Julieanne Kost

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Created

August 2, 2011

In order to define different default processing settings for different cameras, select Lightroom’s Preferences and click the  Presets tab.  Under the Default Develop Settings area, check “Make defaults specific to camera serial number”. This can be extremely useful , for example if you are shooting with multiple cameras and want Lightroom to automatically apply a different Camera Calibration profile to each. Click here for a video about setting default Camera Calibration profiles (and other options). (This video covers both Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop.)

Notice that in the preferences you can also choose to “Make defaults specific to camera ISO settings”

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-evangelists-julieanne-kost/working-with-dng-camera-profiles/

 

COMMENTS

  • By Heikki Saarinen - 2:23 AM on June 25, 2012  

    Hi,
    as newbie I would like to see automatic settings per camera and/or lens.
    Which would set in preferences. For example for xx lens default developement settings would be always the same. Like lens correction etc. And if I would change something else and then “reset all” those default would be resetted.
    I’m using Ligthroom 4.1 . Still much much to learn.