An overview of Bridge and Bridge preferences


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An overview of Bridge and Bridge preferences

One of the things that you'll soon discover is that Adobe Camera Raw, in a sense, is like a strong, self-contained, stand alone application, yet in another way it doesn't stand by itself. In other words, we need to use Adobe Bridge in order to select and review and evaluate our photographs, and then eventually open our images up in Adobe Camera Raw. Therefore, in order to get good at Camera Raw we need to be really good with Bridge. If you already have a good working understand of Bridge, feel free to skip ahead to the next movie.

Well, the first thing that I need to highlight here is that we can select different workspaces by clicking on this button. Here when you choose a workspace option, it will then reconfigure the panels. Let's go back to say the Essentials workspace, and take a look at the panels that we have here. We have our Folders and Favorites panels. We also have the Content where we see the thumbnails and then our Preview and Metadata panel. Well currently, my p...

An overview of Bridge and Bridge preferences
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An overview of Bridge and Bridge preferences provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers: Camera Raw 7

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Photography
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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