Picasa "i'm feeling lucky" and photoshop plugin

imported_KuJaX

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I have quite a few images that I want to do the "i'm feeling lucky" which is known as "One click fix for lighting and color" from Picasa software where it adjusts the color and lighting to look more crisp and more appealing to the eye. However, from what I know, you have to do one image at a time in Picasa, and then save each image one at a time. I want to do a large amount (~100) in Photoshop, and was curious if there was a specific Photoshop plugin that you use that auto adjusts the color and lighting.

 

Aharami

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photoworks does it in batch. there is an old thread about it. search the archived threads
 

MSCoder610

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Maybe Auto Levels and Auto Color, in Photoshop?
You could make an "Action" that does those two things (and anything else you wanted), then use it in a Batch operation.
 

sygyzy

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It is possible to apply I'm Feeling Lucky to all your images or a batch in Picasa.

Also you can adjust your level of compression when saving.

If you need more information, just ask.
 

alien42

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i would like to know also. it seems like there would be some freeware around that could do it.
 

sygyzy

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1. Launch Picasa
2. With the folder you want open, ctrl-click or shift-click to select the range of pictures.
3. Click on Picture | Batch Edit | I'm Feeling Lucky
4. Click on Export at the lower right of the screen.
5. Choose a new location to export to. I usually make a folder called ..\export
6. Choose your compression level.