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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Finding Duplicate Photos

If you’re like most photographers out there, when you take a photo of someone (or something), you don’t just take one. You take 18 or more. It’s totally normal. We figure the more photos we take, the better chance we have that at least one photo will be exactly what we want. The problem comes when we’re trying to organize our photos. We tend to build up huge libraries of photos that include a bunch of duplicates. I’m not talking exact filename duplicates (as if we imported the same photo twice), but duplicates in that one photo looks just like another. Well, in Elements 10, a new feature was added to help find them.

Step One:

Let’s say you took some photos of a soccer game, and you wanted to quickly sort through them ...

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