Lightroom is my holy grail to speeding up my workflow when it comes to editing pictures.
It is the BIGGEST lifesaver and TIME-saver for many photographers, especially for me. In this video you'll see how just a few 'tweaks' can save you so much time and effort then editing one image after another. This is a quick and easy way to input a preset (in this example I use Jade14!) to all your desired images. Hint: The key is to make sure they all have a similar lighting situation to keep edits to a minimum (Yay for batch editing!)
In short, all you need are the images you'd like to batch edit, then you will place the preset to one image, tweak to your liking, then select all the images you'd like to edit all at once (MAC User = Shift, Command, Mouse Click; Windows Users = ctrl, Windows button, Mouse Click), select all, after go to settings on the top menu, find sync settings, and make sure everything is checked so that all your edits are included with the preset, then hit synchronized. You will then see all the images selected begin to change with your preset settings in the view bar below.
I hope you enjoyed this small tutorial on batch editing!
Let me know what you think in the comments below!
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