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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 322”

  1. I think some nice details of the house have been captured here. This is a tough angle for shooting a structure, though. That is, an angle which is just a little bit off from being a one-point perspective. Generally, I find this to be sort of an awkward perspective. One of the effects of this angle here is that we’re seeing a lot of distortion in the geometry of the structure. It’s particularly noticeable in the right 1/3 of the house, especially at the roofline. Makes me wonder: Was there any room to move to the left and shoot the house straight-on? (if there was a tree trunk over there, was it possible to work around it?) I think a straight-on perspective might have resulted in a more pleasing image overall, one that would give us a more accurate sense of this home’s geometry and proportions. Also, many of the interior/exterior lights look quite blown (careful with the aggressive highlight recovery...it’s noticeable here), so would like to have seen more control of the lights. I’m also curious about the choice to go with such a strong vignette. To me, it’s quite distracting. Guess I’m struggling to understand how it is enhancing the image.

  2. Nice shot but the heavy vignette is too much. I understand the intention but I think in this case a darkened gradient of the foreground would have worked well. Apart from that I like it.

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