Use Review Mode to Filter Rejected Images in Photoshop CS6


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Using Review mode to filter out rejected images

I can tell you that today, I am taking a lot more photographs with my digital camera than I ever did with film, and as a result, I have had to figure out a quick way to edit a shoot so that I could identify my selects or my keeper images or whatever you want to call them--they are the best of the shoot. Although the Full Screen mode is great for reviewing images, I actually prefer the Review mode when I'm trying to narrow down an entire shoot to just my favorites. So let's go ahead and select all of the images that are in this folder, and I can do that by just holding down the Shift key and then clicking on the last image.

Since the first one is already selected, it will select that entire range. Now I'm going to use the keyboard shortcut, Command+B or Ctrl+B, but you can see it's under the View menu and it's called Review mode. Now we can't see the image quite as large as we could in Full Screen mode, but the reason that I like Review mode is that I can see th...

Using Review mode to filter out rejected images
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Using Review mode to filter out rejected images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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