Here’s a great little technique that makes use of one of the best new features that Adobe added in Photoshop. It’s called mini bridge and as the name suggests it’s the little brother of the fully blown bridge that comes with Photoshop.
Now I’ve never really been a fan of the Bridge. In CS3 Bridge was slow and cumbersome and although it was improved greatly in Photoshop CS4 it was always a place I avoided visiting unless really necessary.
Mini bridge however is fast, compact and packs just enough power to make it an everyday, usable tool. Not only that but it has a neat little secret which is its ability to drop multiple images onto a document one at a time. That’s the feature that makes this technique possible.
Even if you don’t have Photoshop CS5 you can still create the same look cutting and pasting the individual photos one at a time on to the image.
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