Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Two more ways to batch-process in Lightroom, part of Photo Tools Weekly (2015).
- Hi, this is Jan Kabili with more Photo Tools Weekly.…Lightroom offers multiple ways to apply…the same edits to more than one photo.…In an earlier movie, we looked at the Sync…and Auto-Sync methods of batch-processing in Lightroom.…Now I'd like to show you two other methods…for quickly applying the same settings…to more than one photo.…The Apply Previous Settings method…and the Copy and Paste Develop Settings method.…Here in my Develop module filmstrip,…I've selected one of two photos that I shot…within seconds of each other,…using the same exposure settings.…
This horizontal photo and this vertical version.…I've already applied some basic panel adjustments…to the horizontal photo which you can see…over in the basic panel.…Instead of having to drag all of these sliders…into place a second time on the vertical photo,…I'll just switch my selection to the vertical photo…either by clicking on it in the filmstrip…or by pressing the right arrow key on my keyboard.…Then I'll go over to the column on the right,…and because I have just one photo selected,…
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