Using image stacks


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Using image stacks

Another way you can use Bridge to help organize your library of digital photographs is to group images of similar content into image stacks. This allows you to save room in the Content panel, thereby preventing you from having to scroll through such a large list of thumbnails. I'm currently in Bridge right now and I'm viewing our exercise files here. I'm viewing the catalog images. These are all of the images inside of the catalog images folder. As you can see, it's a pretty long list. As we scroll through here, there are lots of different images. As we go down, you will start to notice that some of the images are actually quite similar in content.

I'm actually going to stop scrolling right here when we get into the Enzo_Beach series of images. There are a lot of images in this series and they are very, very similar. You can notice, they're just slightly different poses of my son Enzo playing at the beach. Now, these are really, really good candidates for creati...

Using image stacks
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Using image stacks provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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