Create Imagery with Adobe Photoshop, Bridge & Camera Raw


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Using Review mode to filter out rejected images

I can tell you that today, I'm taking a lot more photographs with my digital camera than I ever did with film. And, as a result, I've had to figure out a quick way to edit down a shoot so that I can identify my selects or my hero images, the best ones of the shoot, without spending a ton of time. Now, although the fullscreen preview is great for reviewing images, I actually prefer the review mode when I'm trying to narrow down my entire shoot to just my favorites. So here, we'll select all of the images in Bridge, and then, underneath the View menu, I'll choose Review Mode. Or we can use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+B on Mac or Ctrl+B on Windows. So even though all of my images aren't as large in this mode, what I really like is I like the ability to see the images that are to either side. So either the images that are coming or the images that I have just passed through.

It's just helpful for me to kind of see the relationship between the images. J...

Using Review mode to filter out rejected images
Video duration: 5m 32s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Using Review mode to filter out rejected images 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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