Here are 4 free videos from 11 Tricks for Faster Photo Processing with Bridge and Photoshop — Sort, Adjust, Upload, and Get Back to Shooting. Taking pictures is easy; you just click the shutter and before you know it you have 10, 100, 1000 shots. Managing all those images is a different story. In this workshop, Adobe Certified Instructor Russell Viers shares his techniques for sorting through those massive piles of photos. (If you choose to purchase this product, make sure to use our exclusive discount coupon code PSSV2B for an instant 20% discount.) You’ll see how to breeze through images using Bridge and full-screen preview, how to quickly mark the ones you like and open them all for synchronized image adjustment, how to go from Bridge to InDesign and Photoshop for page layout and image optimization, and more. Introducing Adobe Bridge — What Is This Bridge of Which You Speak? Bridge is a free application that installs with the Creative Suite or any of the individual Adobe applications. It was introduced in CS2 and keeps getting better with every version. In this video, you'll get a tour of Bridge and see what it can do. Viewing Your Photos — Understanding Caches In order to speed up the viewing process, Bridge caches your previews...but there is a price and that is cache size. You'll learn about caches and how to manage them in this lesson. Sorting Your Photos — Rejecting vs. Deleting When you select a photo you don't want and hit the Delete key, you'll be asked a question...do you want to Reject or Delete? You'll see what the difference is and why it matters in this lesson. Using Bridge with InDesign — Reading and Extracting File Info Being able to not only read the metadata in InDesign, but also extract it from photos for cutlines and more is really time-saving...and fun at parties! This video shows you how it's done. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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