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Processing product shots requires a slightly different set of skills than retouching portraits. But with Photoshop and the techniques shown in this course, you can take raw photos of any product—jewelry or electronics—and turn them into ad-ready images. Follow along with Kevin Stohlmeyer, as he color corrects and retouches photos and then makes them pop off the screen with silhouettes, realistic highlights and shadows, and vibrant color. He also shares a series of Photoshop actions and other automation techniques he uses to speed up his workflow.
So here we are back inside of Adobe Bridge. One of the automated features that I can use inside of here, is to add metadata across multiple images at the same time. Metadata is file information stored inside of the image itself, such as date created, file modified, dimensions, resolutions, so on and so forth. But bridge also allows me to go in and add in my own manual metadata, such as document titles, headlines, descriptions, so on and so forth. As I go through, I can manually change anything that has a little pencil icon next to it, but those are a lot of images to go through and manually change each one.
So instead, I'm going to add this in mass by going to Tools, Create Metadata Template. This is going to allow me to go in and put in my own information, to record and apply to multiple items at the same time. Once I'm completed, I can change the metadata title up above, and save it. Then, all I need to do is inside a bridge, select the images that I want to apply this to, and go to Tools, Append Metadata, and choose my template. And that will apply my metadata across all the values of these images.
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