In Chapter 4, you learned about nondestructive editing. You saw how Camera Raw stores your edits in a list that gets applied to your raw file at the time of conversion. Because your edits are stored separate from your image data, you can easily apply the same edits to multiple images. This makes it simple to adjust an entire batch of images very quickly.
Camera Raw provides several different options for batch-processing photos.
If you’re using the Adobe Creative Suite, you can simultaneously open multiple images in Camera Raw. Select multiple images in Bridge and then choose File > Open in Camera Raw, or press Control/Command-R, or double-click one of the files.
When you ...