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There are three default folders in the Folders panel:
- Downloads: This folder contains your recent image downloads. A bulk download to an external drive allows you to sort and organize them easily in a different way.
- Reference: Youll probably find this folder familiar from Photoshop. Everything in here is related to your design & art assets, including Adobe Stock images. The Folders panel lets you customize the view in the Reference folder so you can find the pictures you want easily.
- Templates: Bridge lets you save, organize and share your own custom templates. Here you can create Linked Folders for assets that need to be grouped together for your projects. A linked folder lets you create a link to an existing folder and define what folders it points to, which lets you organize the shared templates into groups.
And while we’re here in Bridge, we need to familiarize ourselves with the three main tabs on the Main Menu: Media Library, File Tab and Organize Folders.
The Organize Folders panel lets you create new folders or merge or duplicate existing folders. You can also Sync folders that belong to you, or to a group of people. For example, you can sync a folder that you upload into Adobe Stock with the folders of people who view your images on Stock.
We also added some new advanced image effects. We’ve added an Invert Filter effect, which lets you adjust the tone of your image. We’ve added a Curves Filter, which lets you adjust the contrast of your image. We’ve also added a S-Curve Filter, which lets you modify the curve of your image. These and other advanced image effects will all be available from within Bridge.
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Now, you might be wondering, what if I don’t want to include certain images in the collection? That’s easy to do. In a future blog post, I’ll show you how to remove images from a collection as well as how to permanently delete the images from your hard drive. I highly suggest you use the Collections feature of Bridge for many reasons, including the ability to organize your images. And besides, it’s fun to do, because it will be a challenge to name your collection. I won’t be able to do it. It will be up to you. So, don’t be timid about choosing an appropriate name.
Bridge is also useful for managing RAW files. We can easily view and edit the RAW files as thumbnails in a thumbnail panel. But we can also batch process RAW files by exporting multiple thumbnails (there’s also a batch process for JPGs and TIFF files). When we’re ready, we can sync the original file over to the desktop or other storage device. Its also a great way to work on images that have the usual suspects like red-eye, vignetting, lens distortion or other problems. Bridge lets us do that on the spot using a powerful feature called Lens Correction. In Camera Raw, we access Lens Correction by clicking on the Adjust Lighting button.
Image files can be imported into Photoshop and Lightroom using a variety of methods. Since Bridge is included in the Lightroom beta, we’ll talk about it. But we can also go native with Lightroom. Lightroom has a fantastic image browser, which is similar to Bridge in that it lets us organize our photos into collections. We can search for images and quickly add them to collections by clicking on thumbnails. We can select our favorite image for editing and apply edits to it just like we can in Bridge. We can also batch process images, select multiple images and apply edits to them using the same tools Bridge includes for editing RAW files. Lightroom also lets us quickly create custom presets for our cameras and lenses. But Lightroom gives us more than Bridge does, too:
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Once youre installed, you simply need to open Photoshop File Browser from the Photoshop Start Page. Note that some users might also need to right click on the Bridge icon on the Start Page in order to get to the File Browser dialog box. And once youre in the File Browser dialog box, you are ready to start importing your digital images into Photoshop.
To import a new digital image into Photoshop from Bridge, all you need to do is open the Bridge Import dialog and navigate to the Import Files dialog box. Youll see a new Import Files dialog box in which you can select all of the individual files you would like to import into Photoshop. You can add a sequence of files using this dialog box or select individual files using the Browse button. If you are working with a lot of files, you can also use the Add Files button and continue to use this dialog box to add more files.
Now thats all you need to do. The photo will appear in the Photoshop File Browser and you can then open this photo in Photoshop right from Bridge. However, be very careful to make sure that the file that you chose as the active image is the file that you would like to open in Photoshop. If you have a doubletaped file, you will need to make sure that you correct the problem before you open the file in Photoshop. Otherwise, the document will open with a view of only the first image. This will make things very confusing and hard to deal with.
Traditionally, you might want to start with a RAW file and resize it to fit your needs and/or convert it into a different color space, before saving it to your hard drive. When you open a RAW file in Bridge, Photoshop will create a new Photoshop file from the file using Camera Raw. You can also try the same on a.jpeg file using Camera Raw, or create layers, and adjust them. Note: you can manage Photoshop C.R. options using Photoshops Preferences > Color > Color Settings (Always Use RAW Files, and Auto White Balance). Your best solution for color adjustment depends on your workflow. When RAW files arent available or you are working with small, but not jpeg files, your solution might be to create layers and adjust the individual layers in Photoshop. Note: you can manage Photoshop C.R. options using Photoshops Preferences > Color > Color Settings (Always Use RAW Files, and Auto White Balance).
What’s new in Adobe Bridge
- New interface for creating and updating information.
- Better document comparison features.
- Keyboard shortcuts.
Adobe Bridge Features
- Organize photos by date and location.
- Synchronize photos to Lightroom.
- Transport photos between apps.
- Exchange photos between apps.
- Sync your browser bookmarks and images to Bridge.
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