When we talk about editing in the Photos app on our iPhone or iPad, we can talk about brightness, cropping, automatic adjustments, but it’s only now, until iOS 16, that we can talk about batch editing. A great resource for adjusting multiple photos at once.
One edited photo, all edited
In iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, we can copy editing settings from one photo and then paste them into another. Thanks to him we can “move” all the adjustments we have made to an image
To do this, we simply open the first of the photos that we want to edit on our iPhone or iPad. We touch the Edit button and make all the changes we need. When we’re done, we just touch the three-dot but ton and choose
Now we go out of the list of photos, we touch Select and select all the ones we want to modify. Then we touch the button in the form of three dots and choose paste changeswith what all changes to the original image will be transmitted to the selection.
With this simple resource, we can edit a large number of photos in just a few steps. A very interesting resource to apply effects, for example, or small corrections to an entire photo session without having to do it manually. One of the many benefits of iOS 16, though perhaps less surprising than automatic photo cropping.