Stack photos to reduce thumbnail clutter Photoshop Elements 10


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Stacking photos to reduce thumbnail clutter

Do you want to know a secret for getting a great photo? Don't shoot just one of the same scene. Often I'll shoot the same scene with different exposures or at slightly different angles to make sure I've gotten a good capture. When you do have multiple shots of the same subject, rather than have them all take up precious viewing space in your Organizer, you can stack them like a deck of cards. To create a stack, I'll select some similar photos here in my Media Browser, clicking on one, holding the Shift key and clicking on this one to select all in between.

Then I'll right click--that's Ctrl+Click if you're on a Mac with a one-button mouse--and from the menu that appears, I'll go down and choose Stack. The Stack menu has a number of commands that I'll use throughout this movie to manage stacks. To make a stack from the selected photos, I'll choose Stack Selected Photos. Now in the Media Browser, only one of the photos with the yellow flower is sho...

Stacking photos to reduce thumbnail clutter
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Stacking photos to reduce thumbnail clutter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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