Batch processing photos with the Adobe Image Processor


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Batch processing photos with the Adobe Image Processor

These days people often use the word Photoshop as a verb. To Photoshop an image means to radically distort it or correct it or alter it or whatever. And of course Photoshop is great at all of that stuff. But Photoshop also has some handy image management utility features. That if you don't know about you really should be using. We're going to look at Image Processor. If you sometimes find yourself in a situation where you're repetitively opening images and saving them to change them to a different file format then I hate to say it but you've been wasting your time.

Because Image Processor can do it much more quickly. Let me give you an example. We recently went to Death Valley to shoot a landscape shooting course. And I came back with a whole bunch of images. I've got folders full of images from different locations. I now need to get these images to the Lynda editing team. I was shooting raw, and they don't need the raw files. The raw files are bigger than they need. But more impor...

Batch processing photos with the Adobe Image Processor
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Batch processing photos with the Adobe Image Processor provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the The Practicing Photographer

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