Adjusting the interface and thumbnails


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Adjusting the interface and thumbnails

All right here I am still working inside the Bridge. The Bridge is pointed at the contents of the 03_open_org folder. And what I am going to have you do at this point is enlarge the thumbnails. But first let's make the preview a little smaller, because it's taking up too much space. And I am going to switch back to the metadata panel. By default, you are seeing some very dinky thumbnails that are quite useless, in my opinion. I suggest you make them bigger, and you can do that, by the way, by dragging this little slider control here at the bottom of the Bridge interface, and that will make the thumbnails either bigger or smaller, totally up to you.

You can make them ultra-big if you like. You can even, incidentally, click on these icons in order to reduce the thumbnail size, or in other word to increase the thumbnail size. Notice by the way, when I drag back and forth that I am scaling these thumbnails incrementally. If you want more structure than that then you can turn on this...

Adjusting the interface and thumbnails
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Adjusting the interface and thumbnails provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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