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Within photoshop, my understanding is I would have to manually go back to those fifteen photos and update them one by one..
Not quite; you could adjust the Layer Style on one Layer, »Copy Layer Style«, select all the affected Layers and »Paste Layer Style«.
Some of this could be automated through Scripting but Photoshop is still a pixel-oriented image editor, so not all features one my be accustomed to in other contexts make sense here or, even if they do, may not have been implemented yet …
After digging. Ive found a workaround which I think is exactly what I looked for. Creating a style. Opening up the style window window>style, select all the layers I want to be affected, drag and drop the style that I just created from the style window onto the selected layers and applying any changes.
If I have multiple layers scattered throughout sometimes hundreds of layers in groups, I just need to make sure I rename the layer names to sometime like pic1 pic2 pic3... or color group them. Then I can use the search to easily locate and isolate to be able to select all affecting layers.
It would be great to have dynamic styles where I could update the style within the style window and it would change all applied layers.
Maybe you would like to add your support to an existing Feature Request:
But feel free to search that site, maybe some other Request that reflects your intentions better exists, and if not you could start a new one.