I would like to copy an image adjustment’s values like saturation, exposure… to paste into another image, is this possible?
Is there a way to copy image adjustments like contrast, exposure, highlights without copying the image fill itself?
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Yes it is possible
- Select the image(s) with the properties you want to change
- Select the image with the properties you want to change to
- press the “+” under fill
Here I have first selected the two normal google images(logo3,logo4) and after selected the one with low saturation (logo2)
After the images properties are “synchronized” you are able to adjust them all when selecting multiple with same properties
Hope it helped you,
Sorry, but this is not a solution for the challenge i have, i guess I appreciate the effort tho
It seems to work for you because you have 3 Google logos. Try it with 3 different logos
The Challenge is that I have 4 different Images. One of the images has images adjustments like saturation and exposure. And I want to copy those adjustments to the other images WITHOUT changing the fill-image.
Ahh yes, I see what you mean @Pascal4 .
In that case I don’t have a way to do it , I wonder if there might be a plugin that can do this…?
Still searching for a solution too! Couldn’t find a plugin for this
This would be very helpful when using temporary stock images for image-heavy projects
I want to know too. It is useful to be able to process many images at the same time.
We had the same problem so we decided to create a plugin to address it:
It’s not currently possible to select multiple images and paste the properties to all of them at once but it’s something we’d like to do in the next version.
Don’t know if this feature existed when you first posted but for that issue I used: copy-paste as/copy properties or ctrl+alt+c / ctrl+alt+v. It works on multiple images to
@Lucian_Sora That doesn’t solve the issue. Yes, you can copy all properties, but that includes the image itself. If you want to copy only the adjustments, there’s no way to do it using a native Figma functionality.
You cannot copy paste the image properties like contrast, exposure, etc… to another image in figma unless it is the same image.
@AddWeb_Solution Hey. Are you referring to the plugin? With that plugin, it’s now possible. Let me know if you have any problems using it.
Great job, does exactly what’s needed – thanks