If they need the same adjustment, then copy one clip with the effect and then paste attributes to the other clips after highlighting them.
From your prior post, you appear to be using Premiere Elements 12 on Windows 7 64 bit. Is that correct? Assuming so for now....
Apply your effect to one of the photos. Then right click the photo, select Copy from the pop up menu.
Then select all the clips that you want to have the same effect, right click into the selection and select "Paste Effects and Adjustments" from the
pop up menu.
1. When you do the Copy/Paste Effects and Adjustments process, it is not a selective process, that is, whatever other effects that the first clip has will be copied and subsequently pasted into the rest of the photos.
2. To select all the photos (all at one time)
a. Hold down the Shift Key of the computer main keyboard and click each of the photos wanted.
b. With the mouse cursor, draw a rectangle around the wanted clips to select them (all at one time).
Please let me know if you are OK with the details. I will clarify further if needed.
Also of interest is the concept of the Adjustment Layer in Premiere Elements 12/12.1 which may give you more selectivity
There is no Paste Attributes in Premiere Elements 12 if that is your version that I recalled from your previous posts.
In Premiere Elements 12 is called Paste Effects and Adjustments and is found by right clicking the selected clip(s) or from the Edit Menu.
The shortcut is Ctrl+Alt+V.
Adjustment Layer is new to Premiere Elements 12 and does have its merits in certain situations. Do not be put back by it hopping to Video Track 4 when you give the command to apply to whole movie.
On Add regarding Premiere Elements 12/12.1's Adjustment Layer...I have referred to it as the Effects Mask on Steroids.
If this is a feature of interest, you may be interested in Item 0002 in my Premiere Elements 12 Daily Discovery blog post. The Item 0002 title is "Premiere Elements 12 fx Effects/Film Looks: Designed In Or Unintended Glitches?"
It gives some insights into the workings of the Adjustment Layer.
Thanks again ATR for the help, it was selecting the multiple clips at one time that I couldnt figure out, I got it now thanks to your tip and it is saving me huge amounts of time!!!!! Thank you thank you thank you!
Great news that the information worked for you.
Glad to be of assistance. Please do not hesitate to ask questions.