Editing photos and videos on iPhone is powerful with the inbuilt tools in the Photos app, but it is time consuming and tedious. It’s also something that you don’t have to manually do after you find one look that you like. The Photos app can copy the list of edits you made to any image or video and copy them to make the same edits on any other file. This simple tip can save you hours of frustration. It was added in the iOS 16 update, so you’ll want to update your iPhone before continuing if you are on an older version.
Open the Photos app and find any photo or video that you want to edit, or an already-edited one. Tap the Edit button on the top right, and tweak the multiple adjustment layers to your liking. You can change auto, exposure, brilliance, highlights, shadows, contrast, brightness, black point, saturation, vibrance, warmth, tint, sharpness, definition, noise reduction, and vignette. Once done, tap the three horizontal dots at the top right. Tap Copy Edits from the pop-up menu, and then tap Done. Search for the image you want to be edited similarly, and open it. Tap the three dot menu again, then tap on Paste Edits. Stay on that image until the progress bar disappears, and it will be edited exactly as the first image was.
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