In this video, learn how to use Adobe Bridge to add multiple images as layers in a single document, including some examples of why you might want to do so.
- [Instructor] In this movie, I'm going to look…at this option under the Tools menu,…Load Files into Photoshop Layers.…This very useful option will create a layer stack…from as many images as you have selected,…so it saves you the trouble of opening up multiple images…and then copying and pasting into your destination document.…I should point out that it is also available…directly in Photoshop, it's under the File, Scripts menu,…where it has a different name, but it's the same thing.…
It's called Load Files Into Stack.…As with all of the tools that I'm pointing out,…the benefit of choosing them from within Bridge…is that you get to work on selected files…rather than having to work on a whole folder of files.…So once you have your layer stack,…there are a myriad number of things that you can do with it,…but here are some suggestions…for how you might use this tool.…Firstly, I'm going to use it to align layers…and create a focus stack.…
Let's take a look at these images of the avocado…and I'll just select the first and press the spacebar,…
- Viewing metadata
- Stacking images
- Rating images
- Filtering and finding images
- Creating collections and Smart Collections
- Creating panoramas and HDR images
- Creating slideshows and contact sheets
- Batch renaming files
- Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
- Using Develop presets
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. The Bridge Interface
3. Bridge and Camera Raw
Using Develop presets3m 48s
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