Oftentimes, photographers and graphic designers find it necessary to add certain bits of information to their photos or graphics in the way of metadata. Examples of metadata might include a copyright, address, email address, phone number, etc… There are many pieces of data someone can attach to an image, given they’re using a piece of […]
Adobe Bridge Tips, Tutorials & Techniques
The Adobe Bridge section includes posts and articles that cover tips, tutorials and best practices for various areas of browsing, altering and viewing photographs inside of Bridge. Discussion includes how to effectively utilize this piece of photo and graphic organizational software in pre-processing to best enhance your workflow. Additional topics include how to work effectively inside of Bridge, whether it be on rating, renaming, selecting, rejecting or organizing files.
I like to compare browsing files in Adobe Bridge with browsing files in Windows. The only thing that’s different between the two is that Adobe Bridge works out at the gym and Windows doesn’t. Bridge has got some serious muscle. It can do things that Windows can’t – and probably shouldn’t. Seriously, Windows has got […]
There are many opportunities to use Adobe Bridge to quickly review photographs to see where you are with your shooting. For example, last night we experienced a Super Blood Moon Eclipse and as I was taking my photos, I continued back and forth from our back yard to my computer to analyze what I had […]
If Photoshop’s workspace management had a twin, it would be Bridge’s. Both applications have panels, tabs and Adobe provided “themed” work areas. Both applications also offer the ability to create a custom workspace. The management and customization (creating, saving, deleting) is what I’m going to cover in this post. If you haven’t already, please go […]
Taking advantage of Adobe Bridge to assist in downloading photos from your camera to store on a hard drive can be extremely helpful and efficient. While using your operating system to browse, select and copy files is, in general, a common practice, that method simply doesn’t offer the options Bridge does. Getting more done in […]
I can remember back to the early days of Photoshop, where there once was a “Browse” window that would show, in thumbnail view, all images in a folder. From that window, you could look through and open any image you were interested in working on. I think these were the days before the “CS” was […]