The Power of Batch Editing in Lightroom

If you are someone who frequently finds themselves coming home with large collections of very similar images, batch editing can save you loads of time and help you ensure more consistency in your edits. This excellent video will show you the power of batch editing in Lightroom.

Coming to you from Anthony Morganti, this helpful video will show you how to use Lightroom's batch editing functions to make your work far quicker. Batch editing is a fantastic tool for a wide range of photographers. For example, I frequently shoot classical music concerts in the same recital hall and from the same position, so I often come home with several hundred images that have very similar framing, lighting, subjects, etc. Of course, editing all of those individually would be massively time-consuming and completely unnecessary given the fact that they all receive pretty much the same post-processing treatment, which is where batch editing becomes so crucial to making my workflow far more efficient. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Morganti.

If you want to continue learning everything you can do with Lightroom, be sure to check out "Fstoppers Introduction to Adobe Lightroom: The Ultimate Crash Course With Pye Jirsa!"

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