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Am I missing something? but is there a way to drag adjustment over from one image to another? 

I know I can create a LUT and go that route. 

 

But for Example:

Can I create a HUE/SAT & curve layer to get a desired color look. Then drag that over to another image and fine tune it? that way both images have the same feel?

 

I had a whole folder of adjustment that I thought "Damn it would be awesome if I can drag this folder over to the other image"

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You could 'Place' an image into the stack of existing filters and save to new file, but I don’t think you can load/save layers as such. If you are going to have to readjust it why not simply add the filter to the photo as normal?

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Placing in the image might be a good alternative, I didn’t think of that.

 

The reason for not just making new adjustments is if I have a set of drone images but each one is a slightly different angle and color. I wanted to use the same adjustments to tie them closer together. But I might have to adjust a mask depending on orientation...... or say the ‘curve’ creating my ‘look’ might need slight tweaking so that the images live better together. 

 

Im going to try as you suggested placing the other images into one. Then Saving them out as separate files. That will get the job done for now and ensure they’re all starting from the same place editing wise. Thanks :)

 

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