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How to Save Time in Lightroom by Copying Develop Settings

One of the most powerful features Lightroom has is the ability to copy pretty much any post-processing setting from one photo to another, making it easy to save a lot of time when you are working with large batches of similar photos. This great video tutorial will show you four different ways to copy your settings between images when you are working in Lightroom. 

Coming to you from Anthony Morganti, this excellent video tutorial will show you four different ways to copy settings across images when you are working in Lightroom. In many genres, you will often find yourself working on large batches of very similar photos that require identical adjustments to things like exposure, contrast, white balance, and more. Thankfully, rather than forcing you to make the same adjustments over and over, Lightroom has several features to allow you to make the adjustments once, then copy them across however many images you would like. Not only is this an important feature for helping you to save a lot of time in post-processing, it is also a very effective way to ensure a greater level of consistency in your work, a hallmark of any professional's portfolio. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Morganti.

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