Opening and closing multiple images


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Opening and closing multiple images

So we've seen how you use the Open command to open a single image. Now, let's open multiple images. I am going to go up to the File menu and choose the Open command once again. Ctrl+O, Cmd+O on the Mac or, of course, just double-click inside of the empty Application Frame. And now, I am going to go ahead and grab many images at once. Let's say I want to select a select a range of images. I could click on Peek-a-boo.jpg here inside the Felix Mizioznikov folder, which is inside the 03_ open_org folder incidentally. And then I could Shift-click on Sunglasses at dusk.

What that does, by virtue of the fact I pressed Shift and clicked, I went ahead and selected all the images in between those two as well. Another way to work is you can do a little marquee, like so. So you have to make sure that you are marqueeing in an empty area inside the Open dialog box in order to select all the images that fall under that marquee, or you can select multiple non-adjacent images. For example, if I ...

Opening and closing multiple images
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Opening and closing multiple images 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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