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Do you want to learn a quick and easy way to batch edit RAW files in Photoshop for real estate photo editing?

Instead of editing each image file one by one in Photoshop, batch editing RAW files will help you save a lot of time and can help you better organize your photos.

In this post, we’ll show you how to batch edit RAW files in Photoshop. But before we get into the nitty-gritty, we’ll first explain what batch editing is and how it can help you save a lot of time. 

What Is Batch Editing?

Batch editing RAW files in Photoshop is the process of making the same change to multiple files at once.

This can be useful when you need to update many files with the same adjustments, such as changing the contrast, color saturation, and exposure to all image files at the same time.

And after doing it once, you can efficiently and quickly apply the same edits across all your photos in just a few clicks.

Why Should You Batch Edit RAW Files in Photoshop?

There are a few reasons why you might want to batch edit RAW files in Photoshop. 

First, if you need to make the same changes to multiple RAW files, batch editing can save you a lot of time. In other words, you may wish to make the same changes to several photos, such as cropping them to the same size or adjusting the brightness or contrast. 

Second, batch editing can help you keep your RAW files organized by applying changes to all of them at once, which also gives you more control over the final results. 

In other words, instead of tediously correcting each image file one by one, you can use batch editing in Photoshop to fix specific settings or, for example, add a watermark on hundreds of shots at the same time.

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How to Batch Edit RAW Files in Photoshop (5 Quick Steps)

Now that you know what batch editing is and why you should use this method, let’s now take a look at how to batch edit RAW files in Photoshop.

To get started, you can either watch the video tutorial or continue reading the text below: 

Step 1. To edit RAW images in Photoshop, you first Select and Double-Click the images that you want to edit.

Step 2. Because Photoshop is our Default Editor, all of the selected images will load to Adobe Camera Raw.

Step 3. Now, Select all the images that you want to edit by holding the Shift Key on your keyboard.

Step 4. You will notice a Slider with a Synchronize Icon in all of the selected photos. This means that every adjustment you will do will apply to all of the images you’ve selected.

As you can see, nothing happened to the images that were left unselected, and all the adjustments have been applied to the selected images only.

Step 5. Continue applying all the adjustments needed, and once done, you can click Done or click Open to open the images in Photoshop. Now all of the images are imported into Photoshop.

And that’s how you batch edit raw files in Photoshop!

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Stina Pettersson

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Stina is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, and professional blogger who's passionate about real estate photo editing, being outdoors with her pup, and sweaty gym sessions. She loves the written word and has been writing for publications like Forbes and Thrive Global. Originally from Sweden, she's called South Florida her home since 2013.

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