There was a video tutorial recently on The Digital Photography Connection on using the Match Total Exposures tool in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It’s something I’d not used before, and if you haven’t either, I’d suggest you begin by watching their tutorial. I’ll wait…
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Now, after seeing this video one question I had and one I also saw on Twitter was, “How is this different from the ‘Sync’ button in Lightroom?” If you’re new to Lightroom, one of the software’s features is the ability to batch process images by ‘developing’ one image and then transferring all or some of those settings to the other images in the batch of those selected. For more on using Lightroom, I suggest checking out the tips, tutorials and videos here. Continue Reading →