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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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3 comments on “Entry 308”

  1. This looks better when the smaller version is viewed, and in general I think it's a pretty good image. There's some serious digital noise which should have been taken care of and some colour issues, but the overall impact for me is good.

  2. I like this. Good camera height and very strong composition. A few things jump out: Some of the house lights (interior and exterior) seem a little over-exposed to me. And the stairs and lights leading up from the bottom of the frame look kind of green (maybe desaturate the green/add a little magenta?) The verticals near the outer edges of the frame appear to be slightly converging. And there is a lot of noise noticeable throughout the image.

  3. Very cool composition. Drone? Pole? I'm going to guess drone because of the sensor noise. Looks like a tricky one to navigate and I think you did well. Timing is a little off though, as I'd like to see some more light coming from the interior. Drones are awesome for getting these otherwise impossible angles, but I might have tried this in daylight instead as twilight is tough on these little cameras. Again, nice composition. I like it.

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