Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge

Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge

Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, compiled by the creator, Nigel French. This tutorial is a critical foundation for an individual who needs to excel in his/her Photography skills. It gives you a thorough grip on Photo Management, Photography, Bridge, Photoshop, Photo Management, Photography, Bridge and Photoshop.

Free Download - Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge
Author Nigel French
Publish Date 8/29/2018
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 31m
Topic Bridge
Video Tutorials 27
Last Update N/A

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.

Topics include:

  • Viewing metadata
  • Stacking images
  • Rating images
  • Filtering and finding images
  • Creating collections and Smart Collections
  • Creating panoramas and HDR images
  • Creating slideshows and contact sheets
  • Batch renaming files
  • Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
  • Using Develop presets

Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m
  • What is Bridge used for?2m 45s
  • Looking at the interface3m 24s
  • Viewing options5m 24s
  • Image metadata4m 29s
  • Stacking images1m 11s
  • Rating images2m 46s
  • Filtering images1m 27s
  • Finding files1m 44s
  • Collections1m 41s
  • Smart Collections2m 46s
  • Tools overview1m 8s
  • Panoramas6m 52s
  • HDR6m 35s
  • Batch1m 35s
  • Batch rename2m 56s
  • Create a contact sheet11m 4s
  • Create a PDF slideshow3m 24s
  • Image Processor3m 31s
  • Load files into Photoshop layers6m 50s
  • Synchronizing color settings1m 51s
  • Placing and linking images4m 14s
  • Outputting to a web gallery4m 48s
  • Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge2m 28s
  • Displaying and managing Camera Raw files1m 24s
  • Using Develop presets3m 48s
  • Goodbye16s

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