In this video, learn how to stack images and why you should be doing so in Adobe Bridge.
- [Instructor] To save space in our content window,…Bridge allows us to stack images together.…Use four/four multiple frames of a burst,…a panorama or an HDR composition.…Select the images, and from the Stacks menu,…choose Group as Stack.…Alternatively, use the keyboard shortcut, command+g…or control+g.…Once stacked, you can click on the number…to expand and contract that stack.…To unstack, return to the Stacks menu…or use the keyboard shortcut, command+shift+g.…
In addition, you can also have Bridge…auto-stack your images.…It will analyze the images' metadata,…and for those that it considers to be a panorama…or an HDR, it will stack those images together.…I'll come to Stacks and choose Auto-Stack.…And there I have two stacks,…one of 11 frames and the other of five frames.…So that's a useful housekeeping option…that Bridge offers us,…being able to stack and unstack images.…
- 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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