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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 29”

  1. Wow this is a tough job... seen many many of these! We have a lot of historical homes here in Nashville and this is a common nightmare... err challenge... I tend to keep lights off in general now days just to always have some consistent control over the colors, etc and use heavy lighting and I thin this one could use it... just to be able to separate the tones from the lights and the tones from the woods and furniture... here it seems a little un-natural...and nothing in the frame is going white, or somewhere lose to a neutral... which is tense on the eye...

    Angle is not IMHO the best here either... much too weighted on left side and eye forced past the feature, (fireplace) and into a connecting room that can't really be defined with everything going on in the frame... also as it is, I feel like I am leaning to the left and about to have to put my arm out against the wall to stop my fall...

    This is not an easy subject in the least and besides probably a medium to modest square footage, It would require longer than usual shooting times just to find the compositions and capture the data correctly to best handle in post so I feel for the photographer...

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