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A lot has to do with how the "presets" are written and at what stage in the imaging processing pipeline they act upon the image. There can be a wide variation from one "preset" to the next. "Presets" are merely someone else's list of settings applied in a certain order determined by them when they recorded the preset. "Presets" usually assume that the ...


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Well, a literal answer would be that you could use darktable's embedded Lua scripting to apply a style to each image after import, possibly first checking the image information for camera model... However, a more typical method would be to create auto-applied presets in each of the modules that you want to enable/disable. If you hover over the name of a ...


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There's no way I know of to apply a preset with it not re-zeroing the adjustments, as they are all based off of a zero setting. However there is an easier way to do what you are doing without leaving lightroom. Create an Export Preset with the following settings: Export Location: Export To: Same folder as original photo Check "Add to This Catalog" Set "...


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