Stacking photos


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Stacking photos

When you are shooting photos, you will 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 helps you make space in the Photo Browser and it still allows you easy access to all similar photos at one time. Let's take a look at the Stacking feature in the Organizer. I'm working in the 02_08_stacking subfolder of the Chapter_02 exercise files and to give myself some room to work I have just double- clicked on this border between the Task pane and the Photo Browser to collapse the Task pane.

I have also made sure that I can see the file names of all my files by going up to the menu bar and making sure that Details is checked and also going to the View menu and enabling Show File Names. You will notice that in this section of the Photo Browser I have a number of files that I took at a market in Los...

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 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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