I made a bonehead mistake yesterday by shooting a series of landscape shots with the white balance set on “custom” from the night before. Fortunately, I shoot in Raw, so I was able to correct the blunder quickly in Aperture.
I begin my path to redemption by selecting the “Daylight” white balance preset that I created in the Adjustments HUD, then applying it to the first image in the series. With the photo still selected, I used Shift-CMD-C to copy my adjustment. Then I selected the other images in the series and used Shift-CMD-V to add the Daylight white balance setting to them.
Within just minutes, I’ve corrected an otherwise disasterous mistake that would have ruined my day back in the “Jpeg/destructive editing” dark years.