In this video, I show you how to save a ton of time in your editing workflow by applying some workflow basics in Lightroom.
It’s not uncommon to shoot a bunch of images in a similar way, with similar settings, or just a few of the same subject with a similar look and feel. Editing each individual image is time-consuming, however there’s a fast and easy way to save time editing multiple images by using Adobe Lightroom’s synchronize settings dialog box.
I spent a ton of time editing my images in Lightroom and whenever I have the chance to let Lightroom do the heavy lifting for me, I jump on that. Synchronizing settings is one of those huge time-saving features that I use all the time and hope you guys will check it out too.
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