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Oct 26, 2007 14:13 |  #1

Hello everyone. I have huge problem and dont know how to sort this out!
So, problem is: I am shootting in RAW, per one photo session i get over 100 pictures, which client will want to have on the CD, my quastion is :
- is there any quecker way to change size of all pictures and save them saim time or i have to open all of 100 pictures separetly, change theyr size, save in "my pictures" and then save on the CD? It takes abt 4h to do this bludy thing!!!
Pls pls pls, does anyone knows any quecker way? Cause pictures are so big size and it doesnt let me to save more then 40 pictures on the CD!




  
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Oct 26, 2007 14:35 |  #2

I will do my best to answer your "quastion"

1-Create a re-size action in the actions/history pallet. (located on the arrow drop menu under the actions tab) (select "new action", name it, and resize a test picture however much you want... hit the stop button.)

2- make sure all the files you want to resize are in the same folder. Go to File> Automate> Batch> and in the action drop menu, select the action you just created... then select the folder that contains the shots you want resized and click OK...

that should do it, although I'm sure there are some PS vets here that know a much "quecker" way..


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Oct 27, 2007 20:58 |  #3

It depends which program you are using to edit your RAWs. Lightroom has a batch editor much the same as Photoshop does. Its all very straightforward to walkthrough.

Oh and please can you use a spellchecker, your text is very difficult to understand.


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Oct 27, 2007 21:40 |  #4

Use the photoshop image processor script, file -> scripts -> image processor


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Oct 28, 2007 15:29 |  #5

just as tim stated and you can do it also thru photoshop Bridge. tools->photoshop->image processor




  
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Oct 28, 2007 15:48 |  #6

^^^ that sounds like a better option than the "long way" that I posted.


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Oct 28, 2007 17:42 |  #7

Cherepashka wrote in post #4196863 (external link)
Hello everyone. I have huge problem and dont know how to sort this out!
So, problem is: I am shootting in RAW, per one photo session i get over 100 pictures, which client will want to have on the CD, my quastion is :
- is there any quecker way to change size of all pictures and save them saim time or i have to open all of 100 pictures separetly, change theyr size, save in "my pictures" and then save on the CD? It takes abt 4h to do this bludy thing!!!
Pls pls pls, does anyone knows any quecker way? Cause pictures are so big size and it doesnt let me to save more then 40 pictures on the CD!

Lightroom makes this very easy - you can just export the images and pick a size. Highly recommend looking towards that versus in photoshop.


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Oct 28, 2007 18:25 as a reply to  @ JasonSTL739's post |  #8

I would really hesitate giving your client your RAW workflow.


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Oct 28, 2007 18:38 |  #9

chauncey wrote in post #4207862 (external link)
I would really hesitate giving your client your RAW workflow.

I don't think that's the implication, I think the poster wants to send JPGs.


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Oct 28, 2007 18:41 |  #10

Try Bibble Pro.


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Nov 05, 2007 08:27 as a reply to  @ tiziano's post |  #11

Thank you a lot for all your replays! Tim,- you have saved my life!!!! You are the best X




  
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