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One of the most useful is the ability to copy an edit, or set of edits, from a photograph, and apply those edits to other images. The iPhone, like most cameras, tries to work out what color light is falling on a scene and compensate for that, so that the colors in the photo are rendered as we would see them in real life. The problem is, the camera is often fooled. If you try taking a photo of a predominately green scene, for instance, the camera will often overcompensate, making the green stuff grayish and making everything else too orange.
And as you move the camera, varying the amount of green in the picture, the iPhone keeps tweaking its white-balance setting, resulting in a whole series of pictures that all have differently rendered colors. The good news is that this is easy to fix.
Or you right click on the picture then click copy. You might be able to copy and paste with the right-click menu, but for security reasons, most browsers don't allow web apps like Docs, Sheets, and Slides to use your computer's clipboard through menus. Copy and paste works across apps as well. Categories: Mac. Not Helpful 5 Helpful 4. Navigate to the spot where the text is to be placed, then hit the word "Edit" from the task bar at the top of the screen. If your application is in full screen mode and you don't know how to exit, press the key marked "esc" in the very top left hand corner of your keyboard to exit.
The better news is that it is easy to fix one photo, and copy the adjustment to all the other pictures you took under the same lighting conditions. To do this, find the image you want to edit, and click the Edit button at the top right of the Photos window. Click the triangle next to White Balance to reveal the extra available options.
Click the little eye-dropper icon, and the mouse pointer will turn into an eye dropper. Mouse over to the image, and click on something that is neutral gray or not-too-bright white.
Sometimes things end up looking screwy, so you may need to do this a few times until it looks good. You cannot yet select a whole bunch of photos and apply the adjustments to them as a batch.
Instead, you must do it one by one. Fortunately, this is easy on the Mac.