By Vincent Versace | Friday, May 02, 2014
Locating and identifying one of your photos using the default camera file name is an exercise in futility; it just doesn’t work.
Using dedicated photo management software is one solution—but it comes at a price. And depending which software vendor you choose, that price could be an ongoing subscription fee that many photographers dislike.
But if you already have a version of Photoshop, then you have all the tools you need to batch rename your photos and give them more meaningful names.
By Vincent Versace | Thursday, May 01, 2014
Want a photography workflow that makes it easy to find images in your archive—using only basic logic and memory? Adopt these four habits now, and you’ll be able to find the photos you need later.
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, August 22, 2013
Watch more InDesign Secrets at lynda.com.
The MiniBridge panel brings all the file management and review features of Adobe Bridge straight into InDesign. Anne-Marie Concepción shows you how to get the most from MiniBridge in this week’s InDesign Secrets, by adding favorite folders, placing images directly from the panel, finding linked images scattered across your hard drive, and more.
By Megan O. Read | Wednesday, July 22, 2009
For those of you looking to brush up on a few skills but are limited on time, lynda.com has developed a new “10 Things” series. This series is a great way to get the highlights of a software application before deciding to dive into the full-length training course. We’ve been really excited about these new “10 Things” courses and hope you enjoy them as well! Here are some of the current 10 Things courses with more on the way. Let us know what you think!
By Crystal McCullough | Monday, June 08, 2009
In Designing a Newsletter Hands-On Workshop, graphic designer and Adobe Certified Instructor Nigel French uses Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Bridge to create an eight-page newsletter that’s full of visual impact. Get his input on establishing an efficient workflow using multiple programs, examine the aesthetics of integrating text with images, and learn best practices for outputting a final document.
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