Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Stacking images, part of Bridge CS6 for Photographers.
In some cases, you may find that particular images just go together. …For example, here I have two images that are very similar. …Essentially, the only difference is the zoom setting. …And so, if I decide that they just belong together and I want to keep them in a …group, I can add them to a stack. I'll go ahead and click on the first …image, and then Shift-click on the second image in the set, and then I can create a …stack of these images. And that will essentially combine both …images into a single thumbnail that represents both of those images. …I'll go up to the Stacks menu and then choose Group As Stack.…
And you can see that, that gives me a stack of photos. …I can click on the number, which indicates how many images are in that …stack in order to expand or collapse the stack at any time. …So if I expand the stack for example, and select the second image in the stack, I …can then go to the Stacks menu and choose the option to Promote to Top of Stack. …And that will become essentially, the first image in the stack, so that when I …
- Downloading images
- Bridge and Camera Raw preferences
- Sorting and rotating images
- Basic image review
- Ratings and labels
- Working with metadata
- Adding keywords
- Using collections
- Processing and sharing images
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Organization Basics
3. Getting More Organized
4. Processing and Sharing Images
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