View images in Adobe Bridge

I was recently asked what was the best way to view 4 images side-by-side in Bridge?  This question made me think about the way that we view our images in Adobe Bridge and I think sometimes we don't use the full features that Bridge has to offer.

In this video we a look at using the the following features in Adobe Bridge

  • Zoom tool
  • Workspaces and saving a workspace
  • Viewing images side-by-side
  • Using the Review mode
  • Star rating images
  • Using Collections

 

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3 replies
  1. Ineke
    Ineke says:

    Good one!
    is there a difference in use between Adobe bridge and lightroom ?
    Or is it more the preference between Photoshop and Lightroom?

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  2. davro
    davro says:

    Thanks Ineke

    Yes there are subtle differences between Lightroom and Bridge, Lightroom doesn’t have the review mode but it does have other many other useful features such a Survey mode. Instead of the Zoom tool in Bridge Lightroom has a great way to view the image using the Navigator and images can be Star rated in the same ways as you can in Bridge.

    If you have an older version of Photoshop (Bridge wasn’t easy to use:) or use Elements, Lightroom is a great programme for both cataloguing your images and converting them in the Develop module. More to follow!:)

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