Process multiple photos in Camera Raw Photoshop Elements 10


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Processing multiple photos in Camera Raw

If you shoot a lot, you'll often shoot multiple photos in the same light, and with the same settings. To save time and effort, you can open multiple photos into Camera RAW together, and process them all at once. To do that, I'm going to open a couple of photos. I have these first two photos selected here in the Organizer. I'll open those into Camera RAW by going up to the arrow to the right of the Fix tab, and choosing Full Photo Edit, and because these are RAW files, they'll launch the Camera RAW workspace. When you open multiple files into Camera RAW, you'll see a column on the left that you don't see when you open just one file.

This column will contain thumbnails of all of the photos that you've opened into Camera RAW. I'll select the photo that I want to process by clicking on it here in this column. Notice that it now has a blue border around it. Now, it's important to select all of the other files in this column that you want to impact with the same...

Processing multiple photos in Camera Raw
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Processing multiple photos in Camera Raw provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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