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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 356”

  1. Great shot. Nice soft lighting. Styling is simple and clean, love how the throw is over the couch arm. Not an incredibly interesting room but I think you did a good job with it and made it become a calm and inviting space.

  2. this is one of those few times i feel like saying to pull more of the windows... like like a cool landmark peak over couch which would be a selling feature possibly... maybe this area has mountains all around so is not that special but i would be inclined to bring it on just a more... also would further help bring more interest to a plain subject as this living room... which you have brought beautiful light and comp to already ... you have actually done what i believe is an important part of our job- to make the property stand out. and though every property may not be the flashiest or stylish... there’sa lott we can do to bring attention like the perfect staging abs angle choice and focal length and most of all bringing a really nice directionality to the light making it pop without being fake... definitely not easy

  3. This is lovely. The lighting is really pretty and delicate and makes this room feel special. Nice handling of the colors. This is an instance where I might have gone with the tiniest bit stronger of a window view…the mountains are clearly hinted at, but I kind of want to see just a touch more detail in them. The fire is unconvincing to me, so wish it had been left out. A few small staging things: Would prefer to see the large tassel on the throw dangling, rather than resting on the floor (for some reason, it's really distracting to me). And maybe the lamp on the right could have been pushed further back/pulled forward on the side table, to help eliminate the near-intersection of the lower edge of its shade with the window sill? And was there any way to open the slats of the window shades on the right just a touch more, without revealing anything unsightly outside? Would like to see their angle more closely matched to the angle of the slats on the left.

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