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

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Comparing Photos

When you see a great photo opportunity do you take just one shot? Probably not, right? Most times you snap off a few (or 10, if you’re like me), just to make sure you have several to choose from. But when you get back to your computer, you’ve got to make sure you do just that—choose the best ones and delete the rest. Because if you don’t, you’ll then have a bunch of similar-looking photos cluttering your screen, and you’ll never really know which one to go to. Here’s a way to help:

Step One:

First, open the Organizer. To compare (or review) photos side by side, press-and-hold the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key and click on all the photos you want to compare. Then click the Display button on the right side of the menu bar and choose ...

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