Batch Sharpen Multiple Files in Photoshop CC


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Batch sharpening multiple files

The real advantage of working with actions shows up when we start to batch process larger groups of photographs. And that's what were going to do here. Before we do that, though, I need to do a little bit of housekeeping. In this chapter 8 folder, I currently have two JPG files. I want to delete or get rid of those. So click one of them, then press Delete on a Mac, Backspace on Windows. Here we'll choose Delete. We're going to throw those away to the trash. And I'm just doing that so that we can then focus in on the raw files that we have.

Often we'll have a set of raw files. Maybe it's four, or maybe it's 40 images. Whatever it is, we then want to use our actions, or take advantage of those actions which we've recorded, especially when it comes to re-sizing and sharpening. And the way that we can do that is to select the group of images, click on one, hold down the Shift key, then click on the last image in the set. Next, we'll go to the Tools pulldown menu. And here,...

Batch sharpening multiple files
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Batch sharpening multiple files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CC for Photographers: Sharpening

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