Make Your Photo Editing Easier. Use Batch Edits in Develop

Pictures taken from the same spot in the same light conditions often can receive the same edits. But editing each picture separately can be demanding, especially when you need to give each picture the same values. That’s why there is a much faster way—batch editing the photos.

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AuthorMatej Liska

I most love taking pictures of people. Weddings, portraits, graduation photos, balls... I am always in search of backlight, but I enjoy various types of lighting and mostly like to use shorter lenses. I love my Nikon, my guitar, and a kebab. You’ll find my photography on my website or on Facebook.

Comments (3)

  1. In this article it says that the batch filter is not ideal for RAW. I’m wondering why? RAW is where I’d most like to use the batch filters especially in the develop module. Can you please explain a bit more? BTW I love Zoner and use it daily. I prefer it over all other programs with the big names.

    1. Hi Jr, thank you for your comment – in that sentence, you talked about, we meant the Batch filter in Manager module, which is not so good for batch editing RAW. But we understand it wasn’t clear enough. So we’ve already tried to make it clearer. That means, that you’re right – new batch editing in Develop module is great fo RAW :-).

      1. Ah Perfect. Thank you for the clarification!

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