It’s a problem most photographers face on a regular basis: you’ve got a subject or composition you’d like to focus on, but because weather conditions or other variables change rapidly, you must continue to capture the subject until you get it just right.
Once in the Library Module, however, having dozens of thumbnails that all display the same composition can make scanning your overall collection of compositions, difficult. Enter Stacks! Stacks can be used for several workflows (such as gathering shots for HDR or Panoramic photographs). Here we show how you can collapse dozens of shots into a small space, so that the overall collection of subjects is more apparent.
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