Lightroom CC: Auto correct is sometimes too strong. A slider to reduce the proposed Auto

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The proposed Auto enhance values are sometimes too strong. A slider to reduce the proposed values syncronos between the atual 100% AUTO to ... “0%” would be great.
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Alexander Schricker

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Posted 1 year ago

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Auto produces very flat images most of the time.
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Dave Bender

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Agreed about the autocorrect intensity slider - like in Luminar. I usually start with Auto Enhance and tweak anyway, usually pulling up shadows a touch, but lowering highlights and blacks (but maybe that's just me).

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Roy McLaren

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Seems to me that end result with Auto tone feature is very dependent on picture profile you choose as starting point. I personally make my own camera lens profiles using xRite color checker passport with associated plugin in Lightroom Classic and then import these profiles to CC environment. Using this process I am largely satisfied with Auto tone results in Lightroom Mobile, as a starting point at least. Relatively easy to then make fine tuning adjustments to exposure, contrast, saturation etc., if needed. I find it’s important to have accurate White Balance and Tint to get best results and this is something the color checker passport helps with as well.