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Comparing Images

Okay, you moved your images from media card to computer, thanks to Adobe Photo Manager you tagged them with keywords and other metadata such as your copyright information, and you grouped similar images into stacks. Now, how is Bridge going to make your life easier when it comes to working with these images? How about a loupe tool and comparison functions?

Just select multiple images in the Content panel—I suggest keeping it down to two or three for easier use—and drag the Preview panel to a larger size. All of your selected images will be displayed here.

To use the loupe, just click anywhere in the Preview panel. Each image can have its own loupe, as shown in Figure 9, making it easier to compare similar areas of each shot. These enlargements are actual size, making it much easier to judge quality than the previous version of Bridge, in which you could enlarge the image only as much as would fit on screen.

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