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Chapter 13. The Windows Photo Organizer > The Photo Browser and timeline

The Photo Browser and timeline

At the core of the Photoshop Elements Organizer is the Photo Browser. Every digital photo or scan downloaded into Photoshop Elements is automatically added to the Photo Browser. Clear, resizable thumbnails in the Photo Browser window make it easy to scan through even a large number of images. (For information on importing images, see “Importing Images from Cameras and Scanners,” in Chapter 2.)

The timeline located just above the Photo Browser provides a way to quickly navigate from one set of images to another. For instance, when a Date viewing option is selected in the Browser window, the timeline uses date and time information embedded in each image to construct bars (month markers) to represent sets of photos taken within specific months and years. When a month marker is selected in the timeline, that month’s photos are displayed at the top of the Photo Browser (Figure 13.2).


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