Hiding images


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Hiding images

As you download images from your camera into your collection on your computer, your first instinct may be to view the images in Bridge, scroll through and locate the images that you think are unusable, then delete them. By delete I mean delete them from your machine entirely. I would actually like to discourage you from doing this, because you never know when you might be able to use those images later. Although you may think they are unusable now, you may learn a new feature in Elements that allows you to still use them. If your image is just slightly out of focus, you may be able to still use it by using the Adjust Sharpness feature that's in Elements; or if the colors are just slightly off, you might be able to fix that in Elements as well.

So rather than deleting the images, I suggest that you actually hide them here in bridge and then you can always refer to them later. Okay, so we can hide them from our view, but they are still actually on the machine. So I would like to show...

Hiding images
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Hiding images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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