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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Editing Multiple Photos at Once

One of the coolest things about Camera Raw is the ability to apply changes to one photo, and then have those same changes applied to as many other similar images as you’d like. It’s a form of built-in automation, and it can save an incredible amount of time in editing your shoots.

Step One:

Start off in the Organizer by selecting a group of photos that were shot in the same, or very similar, lighting conditions (click on one photo, press-and-hold the Ctrl [Mac: Command] key, and click on the other photos), then open these images in Camera Raw (see the first tutorial in this chapter on how to open RAW, JPEG, and TIFF photos in Camera Raw).

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Step Two:

The selected photos will appear along the left side ...

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