In this video, learn how to edit images, including TIFs and JPGs, in the Adobe Camera Raw plugin hosted by Adobe Bridge.
- [Instructor] One of the best things about Bridge…is that it is host to Adobe Camera Raw.…And we can use Adobe Camera Raw…obviously to edit our camera raw file format images,…but also to edit TIFs and JPEGs.…Now if I'm working with a raw file…I can just double-click on that…to enter the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in.…But if I want to edit a TIF or a JPEG…then I would select the file, right-click,…choose Open in Camera Raw,…or come and click on the Camera Raw icon…here on the application bar,…or from the File menu choose Open in Camera Raw,…keyboard shortcut Command + R or Control + R.…
This is a raw file so I'll just double-click on it…to enter Adobe Camera Raw.…I'll now make a few notes or changes to the file.…I will increase the shadows…and slightly increase the exposure.…I'll come to my cropping tool and I'll perform a crop.…Press return to commit to that.…Now at this point I could kind of click on Open Image.…That will take me into Photoshop…where I can do whatever else I need to do to this image.…
If I hover over the Open Image button…
- Viewing metadata
- Stacking images
- Rating images
- Filtering and finding images
- Creating collections and Smart Collections
- Creating panoramas and HDR images
- Creating slideshows and contact sheets
- Batch renaming files
- Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
- Using Develop presets
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. The Bridge Interface
3. Bridge and Camera Raw
Using Develop presets3m 48s
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