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Kimmilly

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Hi

I now have an preset that does Lens correction when I import my photos. How do I go back and do the lens correction in one go instead of having to do each photo??
 
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In the Library grid, select all photos and then apply the preset via the Quick Develop block.
 

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You can also use Default Develop Settings which is what I do. First open Preferences - Presets. In the Default Develop Settings dialogue you can leave it it blank, select either by camera serial number, by ISO or both. If you only have one camera leave it blank. I have two so I chose by serial number and had to repeat the next step for both cameras.

It is important that you don't do any other edits, only lens correction. If you do any other edits they will also apply at import. Apply lens corrections to one file. In the top bar select Develop - Default Settings then Update to current settings. Example below. Now when you import files Lens Corrections automatically apply without any intervention on your part.
 

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