Organize Your Images with Adobe Bridge
with Jason Hoppe
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02 Rating, Keywords and Metadata in Adobe Bridge13:03
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About The Class
view and sort your digital images.
Media browsing and organization is what Adobe Bridge is all about and in this class,
- Tag with metadata
- Rename files
- Convert image color modes
- Add watermarks
You’ll learn how to create contact sheets, photo sheets, and move files directly from Adobe Bridge into other Adobe applications.
Jason will show you the most efficient ways to work in Adobe Bridge – no matter the file type – and give you plenty of tips for better organizing your image library.
Software Used: Adobe Bridge CC
Intro and Adobe Bridge Interface11:52
Rating, Keywords and Metadata in Adobe Bridge
Jason shows you how to keep track of the images you love using the Adobe® Bridge rating system.13:03
Camera RAW Settings and Sorting in Adobe Bridge10:10
Collections, Stacks and Batch Processing08:30
Working With Bridge and Other Adobe Applications10:52
An Adobe® Certified Expert and Adobe® Certified Instructor, Jason Hoppe has accrued more than 17 years’ experience in high-end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and creative workflow management. In fact, Jason has been performing high-end electronic production since the ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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This guy is a beast on Photoshop and other Adobe software. This is an easy to follow class and I highly recommend it for anyone wanting to know more about Bridge.
Straightforward and an easy to follow class. I learned everything I needed to know about Adobe Bridge.
Easy to follow class, hits all the notes you need to fully utilize Bridge CC!
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