Using the Filter panel to view different subsets


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Using the Filter panel to view different subsets

One of the great things about working with digital images is that they contain a lot of data. Now, we often refer to that data as metadata. Bridge is a wonderful view of that metadata. It lets you access and act on that metadata in some pretty interesting ways. So let's take a look at the images that we have here. We are looking at 44 images, but imagine this was 500 images or even a thousand images or 20,000 images. Let's say that you were trying to find all the images that were vertical in those 500 or thousand images.

Can you imagine literally holding down the Command key or the Ctrl key and manually clicking on every vertical image in your list here, filtering out the horizontal ones. That seems to be something that a computer and maybe a piece of software could just do for you automatically. And that's the whole point of this movie. It's the Filter panel over in the left-hand corner. When you're working in the Essentials Workspace, that's where the Filter pan...

Using the Filter panel to view different subsets
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Using the Filter panel to view different subsets provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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