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Adjusting Capture Time

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I need to adjust/edit the capture time for 3,000-odd photos taken recently in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is GMT +5hr30min. LR only seems to allow adjustment by whole hours. Is there any way around this please?
 
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Select them all. Then just set the corrected time on the most selected photo, the other ones will be corrected by the same amount.
Johan,

What do you mean by "most selected?" How do you change the time of that photo?

Phil Burton
 
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When multiple images are selected, Lightroom needs to know which one it should use when you take an action that can apply to only one of them (such as switching to Develop, i.e. which of the selected images should be loaded into the Develop Loupe window?). To deal with this it has the concept that one of the multiple selections will always be regarded as the "most selected"....try selecting a bunch of images then look carefully at the frames in the Grid or Filmstrip, they'll all be a lighter grey than the standard "not selected" colour, but one of them will be lighter still. That's the "most selected" image, and you can change any of the selected images to be the "most selected" by single-clicking on it.

So, to change the capture time of a bunch of selected images, make the selection, then use the "Edit Capture Time" dialog to enter the new time for just the "most selected" image, and all the other images in the selection will have their capture times adjusted by the same amount as the "most selected" image.
 
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When multiple images are selected, Lightroom needs to know which one it should use when you take an action that can apply to only one of them (such as switching to Develop, i.e. which of the selected images should be loaded into the Develop Loupe window?). To deal with this it has the concept that one of the multiple selections will always be regarded as the "most selected"....try selecting a bunch of images then look carefully at the frames in the Grid or Filmstrip, they'll all be a lighter grey than the standard "not selected" colour, but one of them will be lighter still. That's the "most selected" image, and you can change any of the selected images to be the "most selected" by single-clicking on it.

So, to change the capture time of a bunch of selected images, make the selection, then use the "Edit Capture Time" dialog to enter the new time for just the "most selected" image, and all the other images in the selection will have their capture times adjusted by the same amount as the "most selected" image.
Thanks Jim.

Phil
 
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