Stacking photos into groups


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Stacking photos into groups

One of the things that makes a photographer good really is the ability to kind of work a location, to capture images in a similar setting, but to have a different perspective or an angle. And because of this, after the fact a lot of times we have images which are similar, but a touch different. Wouldn't it be nice if we could group or organize those photographs somehow together, like here with these pictures? You can see I have some which are captured at the water's edge and then a few others captured in front of this kind of stone wall, and then a few others, which were close up of this particular person.

Well, how could we group or stack these together? Well, you can do this by selecting the images and then putting them in what's called a stack. So let's take a look at how we can do that. On a Mac hold down the Command key, on Windows that's Ctrl, and then click on the images that you want to group together. In this case, these four, these were all captured at the water...

Stacking photos into groups
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Stacking photos into groups provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 4 Essentials: 01 Organizing and Sharing with the Library Module

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Photography
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