Lightroom Video – Quick Develop Adjustments for Multiple Photos
This week’s video comes from a request I got on my Facebook page. It’s a pretty specific question and something that you’d normally think Lightroom doesn’t do. But when you learn about the Quick Develop loophole, it’s actually pretty cool. Enjoy!
For some reason my exposure info is not showing up. How can I get this info to show? Thanks
Handy. Always wanted to know, and now I do…!
EXACTLY what I needed to know. Thanks.
This is very useful if you had processed photos on a mobile laptop and found that after plugging the power in the monitor settings changed. Typically the screen is darker when mobile. Now you can compensate all photo to the correct exposure.
great tip – maybe an additional info I already posted on our Lightroom-blog back here in germany: if somebody misses Sharpness and Saturation in the Quick Develop, just press the ‘Alt’ key and Clarity and Vibrance becomes Sharpness and Saturation!
All the best!
Great tip. I now can see how to use this for my photographs and save some time.
Hey Matt, I always teach this, demoed it this morning in fact on my UK tour!
Keep up the good work.
Matt,I own a Nikon D90 and I hv a question.
When I am shooting raw, does in-camera Exposure Compensation work? or it just doesn`t work like some other features you mention in the “Camera Calibration Profiles” previous Tutorial?
Cool, not likely the intended use but a good one nonetheless.
I didn’t even know about the sync option so I am grateful for both those tips> 🙂
Awesome… I’ve been wondering if there was a slick way to do something like that before. This totally clears that up! Thanks!
Nice little tip there Matt.
To be honest, maybe like most I just never find myself using the Quick Develop module but this is the first time I’ve ever really seen a use for it; nice one.
Keep up the great work,
All the best to you,
Thanks! I have been wondering how to do that.
I have never used the “quick develop” before.
Great tip, Matt! Thanks
A useful tip. Perhaps future versions will make this possible in the develop module. Thanks.
Awesome Tip Matt 🙂 i always wondered about the REAL use of these Settings in the Library!
Thanks a lot!
Thanks for answering my question, I didn’t even think about using the Library module as an option for exposure editing.
The correct term is “relative” not “proportional”. 🙂
Can’t watch past the 2:49 mark 🙁
Yay! One of the Lightroom mysteries revealed!
Why don’t I see a Quick Develop tab in the Library Module?
I only see Keywording, Keyword List, Metadata, Comments.
Right-click on any of the Library module headers (Keywords, Metadata…) and click to put a check box by whichever sections you want to hide/show. I’m guessing your Quick Develop is hidden.
I never use Quick Develop but didn’t know about this feature – it should come in handy!
Now, if only they’d allow you to have “proportional” presets (presets that function like the Quick Develop tools)…
Great tip, Matt! Thanks!