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Comparing Photos by Zooming and Panning

This isn’t exactly an Organizer technique, but there’s also a new way to compare photos in the Elements Editor. This is a cool feature that Elements 3 borrows from Photoshop CS—the ability to view multiple images at once (for comparison purposes)—but more importantly, to be able to view each one at the same magnification (even when changing zoom magnifications). You can scroll around (pan) to inspect images and have all the images pan at the same location and rate. This is one you need to try to really appreciate.

Step One

Open the multiple photos you want to compare in the Editor. (In this instance, we’ll compare four photos, so open four photos, which will appear in the Photo Bin at the bottom of the Elements window. The power of this feature will be more apparent if you open four similar images, like four portraits of the same person at one sitting, etc.)


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