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When you do Automate -> Batch, you refer to a certain script (or "action" in the Photoshop parlance). Just make that action explicitly save the image the way you want. Open a sample image. Create a new action and start recording. If you want to export in a certain profile, do Edit -> Convert to Profile explicitly. Do File -> Save As...,...


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Possibly just using a luminosity mask and de-saturating the lighter parts:


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Mostly it is about color temperature, white balance (they're not the exact same thing), contrast, and then using an HSL/HSV/HSB (Hue-Saturation-Luminance/Value/Brightness) tool to mute some colors, shift the hues of other colors, and emphasize other colors.


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Choose "fixed size" in the Marquee selection tool ribbon and set it to 720x720 (or 720xH for whatever your height is). Then place a selection on the canvas. Then drag it left or right until it centers (the center vertical line should show when it does).


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Another potential way to do this is by changing the canvas size. (I don't have Photoshop, but I believe that this will work - it works in Affinity Photo :D) Select Image=>Canvas Size (which opens the Canvas size dialog box) In the "New Size" section, set the anchor to be the center box Leave the "Height" as is Set the "Width&...


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Turn on the rulers. In my version there is a selection under the View menu. Make sure guides are visible under View->Show Drag from the vertical ruler on to the picture to create a guide. As you move it you can see the pixel position. Position guides at the points you want to select. You may have to zoom in a lot to get the exact pixel position. The ...


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