Surveying two or more images


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Surveying two or more images

Previously we explored how we could compare two photographs. What happens if you want to compare more than two? In order to do that you need to use what's called Survey Mode. Now, in order to access Survey Mode, typically what you want to do is make a selection of images. Here I'm going to go ahead and just select all five of these photographs by clicking on one and then holding down the Shift key and clicking on another. Next let's click on the Survey icon. What that will do is it will open up all of these pictures in the Work Area. Now, depending on the constraints of how many photographs you have and the size of your monitor, it will display these images in a unique way.

For example, if I press Tab right now to hide the Panels on the left and the right, it lays these images out in a different way. Same thing could be said if I click on one of these images on the X in the bottom right-hand corner, you can see that now it's changing this display. Let's press Tab and ...

Surveying two or more images
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Surveying two or more images 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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Lightroom
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