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    Easy to use and quality batch photo editing software?

    Hey guys I'm going to the LA Auto Show next week and want to deliver quality photography. Whenever I post photos I don't even edit them, just post them as they are.

    Is there any software out there that can automatically touch up a large batch of photos? I'm talking like 200+ large files. I don't want to individually edit each photo, way too time consuming.

    Open to suggestions.

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    Take a look at Lightroom 4. It's geared mainly towards exposure and touch-up as opposed to full-blown Photoshop. It does also have a batch mode so you can import photos from a card, have it automatically fix exposure, apply watermark, crop/resize, etc. It's also non-destructive, so you can always go back to the original photos and manually touch-up later on if you want.

    Drawbacks are price and a sort-of steep learning curve.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by whoosh Click here to enlarge
    Take a look at Lightroom 4. It's geared mainly towards exposure and touch-up as opposed to full-blown Photoshop. It does also have a batch mode so you can import photos from a card, have it automatically fix exposure, apply watermark, crop/resize, etc. It's also non-destructive, so you can always go back to the original photos and manually touch-up later on if you want.

    Drawbacks are price and a sort-of steep learning curve.
    Sounds like exactly what I'm looking for.

    Anyone have the program?

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    Thank you sir.

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    I have Lightroom 4.2.
    Works great.
    Never use it in batch mode though.
    Just for recolouring raw underwater images.
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    Lightroom is ok, I'm getting used to it but not as intuitive as I expected.

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    You can batch photo's to add a watermark, then finish them in Photoshop. Thats what I do




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