I am not a professional photographer so I do not know the proper terms for many things, I apology myself for this. I will pose my question with an example.
I have a set of pictures in digiKam:
They were all taken at the same place and time, so they all look very similar. Now I want to apply some color-brightness-etc. corrections to these photos, so I right click one and click
Image editor opens and I can do whatever I want. For example this:
Now I want to apply the exact same process I made within the
Image editor to all the pictures. I have found that using the
Batch queue manager this can be done:
In this case, however, there is not any preview of what each operation is going to do, so I have to proceed blinded. Not an option for me.
Of course one possibility is to open the
Batch queue manager and the
Image editor simultaneously and to manually replicate each operation I perform for one picture in the
Image editor into the
Batch queue manager.
This is better than manually editing each picture, but is still a bit cumbersome and does not look like the way to go.
I have tried to copy the filters in the
Used filters tabe (see second screenshot) but it is not allowed.
So, what is the proper way to do this?