Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Batch-processing in Lightroom, part of Photo Tools Weekly (2015).
- Hi, I'm Jan Kabili, welcome to Photo Tools Weekly.…One of the benefits of working in Lightroom…is that the program was designed…to help photographers like you…save time when you're processing lots of photos.…So, Lightroom includes multiple methods…that you can use to edit more than one photo at a time.…I want to show you two methods of batch processing…photos in Lightroom here, Sync and Auto Sync.…These methods are like two sides of the same coin,…or I should say the same button,…as you'll see in a moment.…Let's start with Sync.…
I'm working here in Lightroom's develop module,…where I've selected a photo in the film strip to adjust.…Then, I'll use the Sync method to quickly apply…my choice of those adjustments…to some other photos in my catalog.…I'm using Sync here,…rather than one of the other batch processing methods,…because Sync lets me pick and choose…which adjustments from the source photo…to apply to other photos.…And lets me apply those adjustments…to lots of photos at once.…I'm going to start here by making…
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