How to see what photos don't have Chromatic Aberration option checked

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  • Joachim Jundt

    No.

    Neither filter nor "intelligent album/collection".

    It's only a RAW-converter :D DAM-wise you better don't expect anything spectacular. Sometimes expecting "normal things" is already too much for this app. It was never planned as a DAM, therefore you can't search for collection names by using a full text search. And if that's not working, you also can't search for internal functions, like "sharpening between 150 and 300%" or "exposure higher than 0.5"

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  • Thomas Kyhn

    Thanks. The closest smart album criteria appears to be "Adjusted".

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  • Joachim Jundt

    As "Adjusted" could be anything, you could also browse through your images and colour label the ones with or without CA correction: Or collect them in the "selection" folder, if you don't need it for something else.

    But if you're aiming at "check each photo's CA correction" then you could just select all pictures you need to have CA correction. But be careful, because... ooppps. Another crash. Bloody Danish gameboys. Currently C1 is the app with the most crashes on my Mac, so better wait for somebody with less problems.

    I was about to say "you can transfer the CA corrections settings to other pictures", but my experience is simply "maybe you can, I can't, this lousy app is just crashing when I only select a filter to make sure not to transfer lens profiles."  

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  • Thomas Kyhn

    Yes, the "Adjusted" criterium isn't much help. I just wanted to avoid having to go through every single photo in the catalogue. 

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  • Joachim Jundt

    Very understandable, Thomas. I thought, the other idea would help, if you not only want to check but also activate CA correction for all images. But apparently things go South... or was it 'sour'?

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  • SFA

    Thomas,

    Do you always plan to use CA correction for every image?

    Or maybe, per lens, for every image over a certain f-stop?

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  • Thomas Kyhn

    @SFA – I use it as a starting point. 

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