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

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Reducing Clutter by Stacking Your Photos

I love stacks, because as much as I try to compare my photos and get rid of the ones that I have duplicates of, I inevitably wind up with several photos that look the same. Well, there’s a feature called stacking and it works just like its real-world counterpart does—it stacks several photos on top of each other and you’ll just see the top one. So if you have 20 shots of the same scene, you don’t have to have all 20 cluttering up your Media Browser. Instead, you can have just one that represents all of them with the other 19 underneath it.

Step One:

With the Organizer open, press-and-hold the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key on your keyboard and click on all the photos you want to add to your stack (or if the images ...

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