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While working with a large number of photos in real estate photography, we often need to give the same editing effects to all of them. Doing so allows us to achieve a homogeneous look to a batch of photos. Let us walk through how to copy edits in Lightroom to process multiple images simultaneously.

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2 comments on “Entry 268”

  1. Really nicely done. I love the light, the time of day, the calm, quiet mood. The golden sky reflecting in the glass is a nice touch. I think it was a great choice to leave the interior lights turned off. Very good composition. Might be tempted to crop in a bit (in particular, to lose the band of pool deck/coping along the bottom of the frame). Also would be curious to see how it might look if the camera were a touch higher. Too bad there’s not more separation between the chimney and the mountain beyond, but I can see how that might have been hard to achieve at this time of day (and without raising the camera more than a foot or two). The colors are so nice and natural-looking. Terrific shot overall. Great job! (And congratulations on having the opportunity to photograph this awesome, iconic house : )

  2. Really nice job! Very well executed and just teetering on the wide spectrum without going overboard. I love the late sun reflections in the windows and the overall subtle editing ... more just a perfect timing to get this view... I agree with tightening up the frame a bit to lessen a little of the bottom third of the frame but not sure of course if that would have been possible... I could see a slight crop off edges .. like the inclusion of the rock lower right and sometimes if zooming or cropping forces something like that to fall out of frame, I will even move it in post before I crop so it stays in the frame... if its easier like here (lots of grass and greenery around it etc... ) Also think you could have raised just a bit without losing the mountains.

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