How to Batch Edit in Photoshop
Batch editing is a technique in Photoshop that allows you to process a group photos all at once. Not only does this save you time, but it also helps ensure that your entire series of photos has a cohesive appearance, which is great when creating albums or canvas groupings. In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to batch edit in Photoshop. We’ll start by recording our editing steps into a Photoshop Action. Then, we’ll use the “Batch Automation” feature to run that Action on multiple photos.
For this tutorial, you’ll need Photoshop. I’m using Creative Cloud.
Free Photoshop Actions
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If you’re brand new to Photoshop Actions, you can learn more about them here.
• New to Photoshop Actions? Start here!
• 5 Easy Ways to Speed up your Editing Workflow
• How to Batch Edit in Adobe Camera RAW
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Morgan! Thank you for your tutatorial! I’ve been trying to learn Photoshop for over a year and you made everything so simple and easy to follow. I appreciate your time in putting this together! Blessings!
P.S. You do amazing work!
Oh, thank you so much! What a wonderful compliment. I am so so happy you found the tutorial easy to follow and I so appreciate you taking the time to leave me such a sweet note. You’re awesome!