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Removing Your Edits To A Raw Image In Bridge

If you’ve edited a RAW photo in Camera Raw, you’ll see a little round two-slider icon below the RAW photo’s thumbnail in Bridge. If you want to remove those edits, and return the image to the original unedited version (like it just came out of your camera), Control-click (PC: Right-click) on the thumbnail and choose Clear Camera Raw Settings.

4 comments on “Removing Your Edits To A Raw Image In Bridge

  1. This doesn’t seem to be available when I installed in Win 7 64 bit. I can’t find a context menu entry for clear camera settings with a right click on image.

  2. Paul,
    I know this is a really old post but I came across this and wanted to put my solution. In Bridge, Right-Click on Image->Develop Settings->Clear Settings

    Bridge 5.7, Win7 64-bit

  3. Thank you so much this worked great! In CS5 on Win7 look under “Develop Settings” there will be a “Clear Settings” item.


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