Stacking photos


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Stacking photos

When you are shooting photos, you'll often take more than one shot of a scene to make sure that you have gotten a keeper. Rather than clutter your Organizer's photo browser with multiple similar photos, why not stack them one on top of the other in the Photo Browser? That will help you to make space in the photo browser and it will still allow you easy access to all the similar photos anytime. Let's take a look at the stacking features in the Organizer. I working any 02_08 subfolder and I want to make sure that I can see the file names of all my files.

So I've gone up to the menu bar and I made sure that Details is checked and I also went to the View menu and made sure that Show File Names is checked. Notice that in this section of the photo browser, I have some photos that I took at an outdoor market, including these four photos of guitars here, and then here, here, and here. The guitar photos are so similar, there's really no reason to have them all showing, but I do...

Stacking photos
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Stacking photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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