Join Mikkel Aaland for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding important metadata in Bridge, part of Creating Photography Ebooks.
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In this video, I'll show you how I use Adobe Bridge to create a metadata …template that I can easily apply to multiple images. …So I'm in Bridge, and if you look under Window > Workspace, you can see I've …selected the Essentials workspace. And that brings up the meta data panel …you see over here on the right. Under file properties, this is …information that's brought in along with the file. …And if I had been using a digital camera, which I wasn't back in the 1970s when I …made these photographs, it would've brought in XF data from the camera like …shutter speed and x stop. But in any case thees are scanned images, …so the information is applied automatically under file properties.…
So all this information is applied automatically and there is nothing for me …to do here. So here's where I can add information …under the itpc core. And if I want to, you can see that …nothing's been filled in here with this particular image that's selected. …I can select each field and type in the information here. …
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