Setting up for quick and easy batch processing


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Setting up for quick and easy batch processing

In the last movie, we looked at how we could flag photographs in order to set those apart as our keepers, and then we looked at how we could filter our view so that now we're just looking at the selects. Well, these selects are all straight out of the camera. They're captured in the RAW mode, and these images need a little bit a work. So here, what I want to do is look at how we can quickly and easily batch process these images using the Develop module. Well, first though, we need to do is to bring back some of the Lightroom interface. To do that, we'll need to press Shift+Tab a few times. Press it once and then press it again and it will bring back the rest of the interface.

Next we need to navigate to the develop module. To do that press the D key. Once in the Develop module, click on an image here. You can see that I still have filtering turned on. We can turn this on and off by flipping the switch. This is showing me all of the photographs. Or now clicking it on, it's...

Setting up for quick and easy batch processing
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Setting up for quick and easy batch processing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom Workflow Strategies

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Photography
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Lightroom
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