Save smart searches Photoshop Elements 11


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Saving smart searches

After you formulate a search, using either the Advanced Search or the Find By Details (Metadata)--both of which I've covered in earlier movies--it's a good idea to save your search criteria. There are two reasons for that. First, it will save you the time and trouble of reformulating the same search if you want to use the same search again later. But even more importantly, a Saved Search is a Smart Search. In other words, it will automatically update with any new photos that meet its criteria in the future. To show you what I mean, I'm going to set things up by exiting from this menu; and I want to create a Smart Search to show me all the photos that I take with my Nikon D90 that I mark with five stars now or in the future.

And that will let me see the photos that I consider my very best. So here's a folder of photos I did take with my D90. I'm going to mark some of these with five stars quickly by clicking the fifth star underneath these particular photos. Now, I'm ...

Saving smart searches
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Saving smart searches provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 01 Importing and Organizing Photos

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