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Chapter 3. Raw Hide: Mastering Camera Ra... > Automating Your Camera Raw Processin... - Pg. 69

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Method Two: If you've made an adjustment to one photo that was taken using a particular camera under a particular lighting situa- tion (like a Nikon D70 in direct sunlight), you can save those changes and apply them in one click to other RAW images from right within the Bridge. First, save your settings by going under the Settings flyout menu (it's the little right-facing arrow to the right of the Settings pop-up menu) and choosing Save Settings. To apply those settings to another image(s), click on that photo in the Bridge, go under the Edit menu, under Apply Camera Raw Settings, and choose your saved setting.