Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Quickly process a group of photos, part of Exploring Adobe Camera Raw: Workflow Power Tips.
- All right, well here in this movie,…I'm going to show you the way…that I would try to solve this challenge.…I'm going to cover the basics,…but I also want to sneak in a few other…tips and tricks, a couple of other shortcuts…that you might find to be helpful.…Well, I'm going to start off in the Batch folder.…I'll select All, Command A, Command R to open them up…inside of Camera Raw. Once inside,…I press Command, A, again because I want to select them all.…Then, I need to process the images.…Now, the processing here is to try to create a little bit…of a retro look, and, really, it doesn't necessarily matter…how you process your images, but what you want to do is…to try to craft some sort of look,…and the whole point is to have all of the files selected…as you're doing this. Here I'm just looking again to create…sort of this vintage feel with these images.…
This is the basics of this challenge.…Select them. Open them up. Make sure they're all selected…in process. What I want to highlight next,…is a much more of an advanced technique,…
- Working with Bridge and Photoshop
- Opening raw and nonraw files
- Syncing settings across files
- Using presets
- Recording actions