Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic image review, part of Bridge CS6 for Photographers.
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I tend to use the same basic process for going through my images. …I'll generally start off with an overview of the photos, and then start to take a …more detailed look as I try to identify some of my favorites for example. …I'll often take a cursory overview of the images first so that I can get a better …sense of what the images are. And I can also remind myself what …subjects might be included in a particular group of images. …I'll go ahead and switch to the Essentials workspace here. …And I'm going to hide the outer panels here just by dragging the divider bar to …the right or left as the case may be. And now you can see that I have the …Thumbnails essentially dominating the display.…
And I can scroll up or down through the images to get an overview of all the …photos that I'm about to review. Sometimes you might notice that some of …the video images here have a very bad exposure, for example. …So, you can even identify some images that you want to get rid of just based on …these Thumbnails. But usually I use this Thumbnail display …
- Downloading images
- Bridge and Camera Raw preferences
- Sorting and rotating images
- Basic image review
- Ratings and labels
- Working with metadata
- Adding keywords
- Using collections
- Processing and sharing images
Skill Level Beginner
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Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Organization Basics
3. Getting More Organized
4. Processing and Sharing Images
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