Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Quick image optimization, part of Bridge CS6 for Photographers.
In many cases you'll find that it's more efficient to work completely within Adobe …Bridge if you're just applying basic adjustments and you then want to share an …image with someone else for example. Let's take a look at how we can apply …adjustments without actually opening Photoshop while working in Adobe Bridge. …I've selected an image that I want to work on here, and it's a raw capture so I …want to open the image with Adobe Camera Raw, but I don't want to have to launch …Photoshop just to work on this raw capture. …So on Windows, I'll go to the Edit menu, on Macintosh that would be the Bridge …menu and then choose Preferences. I'll then go to the General page of the …Preferences dialog, and I'll turn on the Double-Click Edits Camera Raw Settings in Bridge.…
And what this means is when I double-click on a raw capture, instead of …opening in Photoshop via Adobe Camera Raw, it will open directly in Adobe …Camera Raw via Bridge. I'll go ahead and click OK to accept that change. …And then I'll double-click on this image on the Content panel. …
- 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
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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