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Paul Mason
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IT consultant in the Telecoms industry, keen photographer, husband and father to two girls
IT consultant in the Telecoms industry, keen photographer, husband and father to two girls

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I've been puzzling over something recently...

Typically, my workflow is something like:

- for each image in a set (similar light/conditions), I'll choose one image, and apply things like profiled denoise, perhaps tweak exposure/contrast/tone.
- drop back to Lighttable mode, and copy that history stack
- apply that history stack to all similar images

This gets me to a point where I have a set of 'base' images. I'll then step through them one by one cropping/rotating, or perhaps doing more specific editing to that individual image. These steps won't be applied to the rest of the batch. 

Once I'm finished with this, I might then apply a watermark to one, and use the history stack to copy/paste that watermark to all others before exporting.

My question is - is there a way to remove just the watermark from all images, given that I can't simply batch apply any single history stack to all images? I want the ability to selectively exclude a step from the history stack, rather than selectively including it. I can't turn off watermark on a single image and then 'copy' that to others, because turning off the watermark removes it from the history stack copy options. 

(Hope that makes sense!) 

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