Open files from Bridge Photoshop CC (2013)


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Opening files from Bridge

When people start using Photoshop to open their files, they typically use the File menu and then select Open. Doing this brings up the operating systems open dialog box, where you can see thumbnails of our images or if we want to see more information we can select from any of the other options here. And I can navigate to different folders, but if I want to see larger thumbnails, or if I want to actually change information, like add metadata, keywords, or copyright information, I can't do that in the Open dialog box.

I'll go ahead and cancel out of here, and instead, I'm going to use the File menu, and then select Browse in Bridge. Now Bridge is separate application that comes for free with Photoshop, or your creative cloud membership, but it does have a separate installer so you will need to install it. If you haven't already installed Bridge, please watch the video on installing Bridge in the introduction section. Here you can see that in bridge I can see a...

Opening files from Bridge
Video duration: 3m 9s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Opening files from Bridge provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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