Question by Mrhat24: How to apply same change to multiple pictures in photoshop?
I just scanned a bunch of pictures but the contrast is not that great. Anybody know how to open a whole folder and apply contrast change to all the pictures at one time without doing it individually for every one. Thanks in advance. Ohh I’m using photoshop.
Answer by Cinco13
If you want to apply the exact same change to all, you can create an action and then run it on a folder. (Though personally I’d still look at each image individually to get a better result)
1. Open up an image
2. On the actions palette, click the « new action » button (at the bottom, next to the trash can)
3. Name the action and hit record.
4. Perform the actions you want (contrast adjustment)
5. On the actions palette, click the « stop » button (1st square button)
6. Go to File>automate>batch
7. Select the action set and the specific action that you just recorded.
8. Change the « source » to folder and then click the choose button to select the folder with your images.
9. Change destination to « folder » and choose a new folder to place the modified images in.
10. Click OK
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