Grouping images into stacks


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Grouping images into stacks

All right, now that we've all had a refreshing geek moment, let's go ahead and return to the real world or something very closely resembling in. And I'm going to show you how to group images in the stacks here inside the Bridge. And stacks are groups of related images that are packed together, so that they are consuming less room inside the Content panel. So for example, let's go ahead and group all the butterflies. I'll click on the last one and then I'll Shift+click on the first one to select that entire range. Then I'll go up to the Stacks menu. And I'll choose Group as Stack, or you can press Ctrl+G, Command+G on the Mac, very standard keyboard shortcut for creating groups.

And I might do the same thing with Sammy right here, Sammy and the butterfly. Go ahead and click on one, Shift+click on the other, press Ctrl+G, Command+G on the Mac in order to group them into a single stack. Let's do that with these hockey pictures as well. Click on one Shift+...

Grouping images into stacks
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Grouping images into stacks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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