Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using workspaces, part of Bridge CS6 for Photographers.
When you're working with your images in Adobe Bridge, there are going to be times …when you have a different mindset. At times you'll want to just get an …overview of a group of images. And other times, you may want to focus …your attention on a single image. And in those different scenarios in your …workflow, you might want to get a different look at the overall Bridge interface. …Bridge utilizes work spaces that allow you to change the overall interface configuration. …Let's start by taking a look at some of the work spaces that are available. …From the window menu, I'll choose work space.and then we can take a look at some …of the various work spaces that are included by default.…
For example, film strip provides a relatively large preview and a relatively …small content panel so that we can navigate among our various images and get …a reasonably large view of the currently selected image. …If we're focused on the metadata for our images, you might also want to take a …look at the metadata work space. Here we're able to see a lot more …
- 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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