Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Stacking photos, part of Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training.
If you've got a digital camera, you know how easy it is to take lots of…pictures of the same scene.…Maybe you'll take the scene from different angles or different exposures.…And then when you come home and bring those photos into your Organizer, you may…find that you have more photos than you want to see in your Media Browser of the same scene.…But you do want to keep all the photos in your Organizer.…So in that case, you can stack the similar photos one atop the other.…So that only one is on view in the Media Browser, but they're all still there to work with.…
The first step in doing that is to select the files that you want to stack.…I'm going to stack these four photos of a Bamboo Garden.…I'll click on the first thumbnail to select it, and then I'll hold the Shift…key and click on the last thumbnail, and that selects all the thumbnails in between as well.…There are some Stack commands under the Edit menu up here, but I prefer to use…a contextual menu to access the Stack commands, because it's closer to where I'm working.…
- Downloading files from a digital camera
- Importing photos into an Elements catalog
- Applying keyword tags
- Organizing photos into albums and Smart Albums
- Automatically adjusting photos in Quick Fix
- Walking through Guided Edit photo techniques
- Understanding photo resizing and resolution
- Cropping and straightening photos
- Making and refining selections
- Correcting photos in the Full Edit workspace
- Applying image sharpening
- Adding text and special effects
- Creating photo projects, such as greeting cards and calendars
Skill Level Beginner
1. Importing Files to the Organizer
2. Working with the Organizer
3. Organizing and Finding Photos
4. Viewing Photos
5. Using Quick Fix and Photo Fix
6. Working in Guided Edit
7. Full Edit Basics
8. Working with Layers
9. Making Selections
10. Correcting Photos
11. Touching Up Photos
12. Adding Special Effects
13. Adding Text
14. Creating Photo Projects
15. Printing and Sharing
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