Image Tutorial + Share | Honolulu Family Photographer
This week I’m showing you all one of my most favorite images of Caleigh and sharing a few more from that group of photos. I was able to edit and batch this set of images in less than five minutes by syncing all of my edits after doing any initial cropping and/or cloning. If you’re not batch editing or don’t know how to, I will explain a bit about it when I get to that step of the image tutorial. It’s a great way to speedup your workflow!
SOOC: ISO 640 f/1.8 SS 1/320 35mm
Step 2: Basic clean edit. I only used the Basic Panel and Tone Curve panel. Love it when I photograph in easy to shoot locations! I brought up the exposure on her eyes with an adjustment brush.
Step 3: Sharpen and vignette. I wanted to really bring the focus onto Caleigh by adding a vignette and I did quite a bit of feathering to really blend in the darkness on the edges.
Step 4: Batching. All I had to do was select the images I wanted to batch and hit the “Sync” button. A screen pops up letting you check any areas you’ve edited so you can apply those to your other images. I checked everything except for “Brush, Clone, and Crop” because those three areas are generally image-specific. Hit synchronize and your edit will apply to the rest of the images in your selected group!
And here’s a little share from the super quick editing session…