If you’re a beginner photographer, you may be wondering: “How long does it take to edit a hundred photos?” The answer depends on a few factors, including the photographer’s experience level and the type of editing required. Basic edits like level and color exposure adjustments will take a couple of minutes per image. By contrast, more advanced edits like retouching and adjusting clipping paths will require hours or days.
Using a sharpening tool will make your images look more sharp, but you shouldn’t try to turn out-of-focus photos into in-focus photos. It can also create an unnatural halo around an object, so it’s best to review the results of sharpening later. You should also keep in mind that RAW files are large and must be converted to JPGs before they can be used on a computer or shared. It’s also important to save the final edited versions alongside the originals.