How to batch edit in Lightroom
The ability to apply the same edits across many photos is one of our favorite features in Lightroom. It cuts down on time and allows me to quickly edit a whole session at once!
This tutorial covers the basic steps involved in batch editing photos using Lightroom.
How to apply a preset to multiple photos in Lightroom
With Photoshop, you can add the same edits to other photos from your session if they have similar lighting and exposure.
To apply the same settings to all of your photos, select Settings>Sync Settings from Lightroom's menus. You can also press cmd/ctrl+shift+C or click the Sync button in the lower right corner of Lightroom.
How to make adjustments
Each image is unique and therefore needs to be edited separately in order for the filters you applied to match up with it. If a filter was synced, such as a crop or edit effect, you can adjust the PIN of that specific photo so that your edits will fit appropriately on each individual picture.