Batch Processing in Photoshop – Video Tutorial

I’m back with another Photoshop video tutorial focused on optimizing your photography workflow. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the batch processing feature in Photoshop. This will save you many headaches but most importantly, lots of time!

In this tutorial, I’ll create a quick action that we will then apply to a series of photos through the batch process feature. In literally one click, you can apply an action to a whole series of images and watch as Photoshop does it’s magic. Just for fun, I also added how to do the equivalent in Lightroom 2 using Sync… and export.

If you missed my tutorial on creating actions in Photoshop, click here to view it since I go through the action process pretty quickly in this video.

And, yes, that’s my cat you hear in the background. 😉

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4 responses on "Batch Processing in Photoshop - Video Tutorial"

  1. I want to be able to split an image and save it into two files.
    IE an image has two pages on it, I want to crop the image then split it into an image for the left page and for the right page.
    How would I automate saving multiple files?

  2. @ Mohamed

    You can’t batch process in ACR in Photoshop. If you want to synchronize change to multiple RAWs you’ll need Lightrrom which is made to edit RAW files.

  3. I hear your kitty crying in the background LOL
    Nice tutorial

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