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Bob Rockefeller

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Managing without stacks?
« on: November 26, 2016, 08:50:03 am »

I'm pretty used to having stacks from my Aperture days. Capture One has stacks, but only for variants; they can't contain arbitrary images.

Is there a way that people are using to manage many similar, but not the same, images? Or strings of images for things such as panoramas?
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Re: Managing without stacks?
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2016, 10:08:45 am »

I'm pretty used to having stacks from my Aperture days. Capture One has stacks, but only for variants; they can't contain arbitrary images.

Is there a way that people are using to manage many similar, but not the same, images? Or strings of images for things such as panoramas?

Hi Bob,

Until Capture One gets stacking features, you could use keywords (e.g. Pano, HDRI, FocusStack, etc.) to make group selections. When combined with other relevant keywords/search terms, it is not too difficult to find related images. A formal stacking feature would be welcomed.

Cheers,
Bart
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