Thanks for your reply.
My process is that most of the time I like to set the sliders before applying them so that I can directly assess their impact and evaluate the selected area.
I wish that each time I create a new one, all sliders get back to 0 regardless of the previous values.
Is there a way to set up Lightroom so that each time I open a new filter (radial, graduated or paintbrush) all sliders values are set to 0 ?
I.e. skipping the double click on "Effect" each time I open a new filter.
Thank you for your feedback !
You understood correctly (sorry, English is not my first language ;))
I guess I have to adapt my workflow a little bit and perform an extra check when I flag the keepers.
(I wish Lightroom would have a filter that combines copies and their own master or an option to...
Is there a way to filter virtual copies along with their masters ?
After editing a bunch of pictures I flag the keepers and usually filter and delete the unflagged ones.
Sometimes I forget to flag the master as well as the virtual copy so I have to be very careful not to delete the...