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by Jens Peermann on Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:25 pm
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I did corrections on an image - including straightening - and then copied those corrections to five similar images. Unfortunately those don't need the straightening, and I really doidn't expect that one to copy along with all the others. But that's what happened.

Is there a way to remove the straightening without removing everything else as well?
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by Mike in O on Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:06 pm
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Jens Peermann wrote:
I did corrections on an image - including straightening - and then copied those corrections to five similar images. Unfortunately those don't need the straightening, and I really doidn't expect that one to copy along with all the others. But that's what happened.

Is there a way to remove the straightening without removing everything else as well?


Are you asking if there is a history hierarchy that is selectable?
 

by Jens Peermann on Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:19 pm
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Mike in O wrote:
Jens Peermann wrote:
I did corrections on an image - including straightening - and then copied those corrections to five similar images. Unfortunately those don't need the straightening, and I really doidn't expect that one to copy along with all the others. But that's what happened.

Is there a way to remove the straightening without removing everything else as well?


Are you asking if there is a history hierarchy that is selectable?


That would be one way to do it, but I am hoping that there's a way to undo it without touching any of the other corrections.

I am actually surprised this correction travels with the other ones because it's very unlikely that all images of a series tilt by the same amount.
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by Cindy Marple on Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:58 pm
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I've had the same issue, with straightening and cropping as well.  The key is in the Adjustments tab where there is (at least by default on C1 12, I haven't modified that tab) an Adjustments Clipboard.  Once you've hit the up-arrow to copy, you can go to the clip board and un-check the adjustments that you don't want applied to the other image(s). It does not appear to be "sticky", it seems you have to do it each time you copy. 
 

by E.J. Peiker on Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:50 pm
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While Cindy's way definitely works and works for any adjustment that you don't want copied to other images, if you are on C1P v.12 there is a much easier way to copy adjustments without any compositional/crop changes being copied over (or alternatively to have them copied to all selected images if you are set-up not to).  Simply go to the adjustment clipboard and hit the three dots and then select Autoselect and change to "Adjustments except Composition".  This selection is sticky.  This is well documented in all of the version 12 upgrade tutorials and videos as it's a significant new feature that can be very helpful...

To see it visually go to the 1:20 mark of this short video on the new features in v. 12
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85FkMY1TSvs

Alternately you could just go to the crop tool in whichever panel you have it in (or put it in) and click the undo arrow for crop on each picture that didn't need it but that could be tedious.  Remember that any tool or adjustment can be undone at any time in C1 without affecting the other adjustments you've made.
 

by Jens Peermann on Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:06 pm
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Thanks Cindy and E.J. for the information.

I was using Adjustment Clipboards when creating Styles and Presets, but was not aware that they also can be used when copying adjustments to other images. This definitely has potential… :)
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