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Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge

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Add Adobe Bridge to your graphic design workflow. Learn how to use the powerful tool to organize, edit, and batch process images.

Photoshop for Designers shows how to leverage the best features in Photoshop for your design work. This installment focuses on Adobe Bridge, a versatile asset management tool that's tightly integrated into the Photoshop workflow. Bridge helps you organize your images, batch process photos, and nondestructively edit raw, TIF, and JPEG files via Adobe Camera Raw. Follow along with Nigel French as he guides you through the many useful features in this important tool. Find out how to organize, rate, and find your favorite images; create collections; build panoramas, HDR composites, and slideshows; and batch rename files. Nigel also shows how to edit images in Camera Raw and access custom Develop settings straight from Bridge.


  • Welcome
  • What is Bridge used for?
1. The Bridge Interface
  • Looking at the interface
  • Viewing options
  • Image metadata
  • Stacking images
  • Rating images
  • Filtering images
  • Finding files
  • Collections
  • Smart Collections
2. Tools
  • Tools overview
  • Panoramas
  • HDR
  • Batch
  • Batch rename
  • Create a contact sheet
  • Create a PDF slideshow
  • Image Processor
  • Load files into Photoshop layers
  • Synchronizing color settings
  • Placing and linking images
  • Outputting to a web gallery
3. Bridge and Camera Raw
  • Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
  • Displaying and managing Camera Raw files
  • Using Develop presets
  • Goodbye

Taught by

Nigel French

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