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Layer: Creates a new blank layer in the Layers panel. Background from layer: Turns the current layer into a locked background layer. Group: Creates a group in the Layers panel. Group from Layers: Creates a group in the Layers panel and adds all selected layers to that group. Layer via Copy: Creates a new layer containing the last item copied into the clipboard. Layer via Cut: Creates a new layer containing the last item cut.
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Because the Filter list is context sensitive, its size changes depending on the selected folder. Sometimes you have to scroll down to see all applicable criteria. You can quickly lter for any criteria by clicking it. For example, in Figure 2.7 I clicked Portrait, in the Orientation section. This causes only the 19 vertical shots to display in the Content panel. If I wanted to see only the horizontal shots, I d click the Landscape orientation instead. To turn a lter off, click the ltering criteria a second time to uncheck it. The Collections panel is used to create virtual collections. When a photo is placed in a collection, the le itself isn t moved. Only a visual reference of it more like an alias or shortcut is placed into the collection. Collections are used in a number of ways to gather similar photos that reside in different folders without moving the Figure 2.7 actual les. Say that I want to keep track of all my best photos. I right-click anywhere in the Collections panel and choose New Collection. When the dialog box opens, I name the collection Portfolio. Now whenever I see one of my best images, I can drag it into the Portfolio collection, placing a reference of it into the collection without moving the actual le. Now when I want to see all my best photos, I click the Portfolio collection.
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