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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 391”

  1. Gorgeous view. Since this photo is so much about what’s visible through these nice big windows, would love to have seen the camera lowered a few inches, to complete the stunning view by including the very top of the peak straight ahead (with a bit of sky above to allow it to breathe). Lowering the camera would also help to reduce the visual mass of the surface of the island. And I bet we’d still get a little bit of separation between the island and the far counter top (though to me, separation here is definitely secondary to showing the view in all its glory). Also, the windows feel a bit dark, relative to the brightness of the kitchen. Maybe play around with the interior and exterior exposures, to arrive at a more natural-looking balance between the two?

  2. Yes to Colin and Julie. I couldn't decide if it was a view shot or wall art. Sure grabs your attention however. I think if the photographer had toned down the view just a bit to bring the focus more into the kitchen, but still show the beautiful view it would have made a stronger Kitchen image.

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