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If you have no other documents open, Bridge will open a new Bridge window with the image on the left. If you place the image into the InDesign window, it will be imported as a smart object and it will open in its original sRGB file space. If you place the image into the Illustrator window, it will open in RGB space in Photoshop, and if you place it in the Photoshop window, it will open in sRGB space. If you continue to place the image into different windows, it will open in the appropriate mode within the respective application.
The Bridge place dialog has a new option, Place with Resize, to keep the size of the placed image the same as the source image. With this option selected, the image will be left in the same place where it was placed, but it will be scaled to fit in the canvas of the document in which it is placed. If you don’t select this option, Bridge will scale the image as a Photoshop Smart Object. If you make a crop or other edit to the placed image in Photoshop, the original image and the sized placed image will be in the same document. You can’t place the original image with the new size within the same Photoshop document as the placed image. If you have no other documents open, Bridge will open a new Bridge window with the image on the left. If you place the image into the InDesign window, it will be imported as a smart object and it will open in its original sRGB file space. If you place the image into the Illustrator window, it will open in RGB space in Photoshop, and if you place it in the Photoshop window, it will open in sRGB space. Bridge won’t update the Camera Data (EXIF) metadata to reflect the newly placed image. You can manage Photoshops Place options using Photoshops Preferences > General (Skip Transform when Placing, Resize Image During Place, and Always Create Smart Objects when Placing). WhenPlayingimages, if the original image is a raw file, the Camera Raw dialog will be displayed before placing the file in Photoshop so that you can make any necessary modifications.
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Bridge allows us to publish images directly to a Facebook Timeline or Picasa Web Album, while also retrieving the images from a Facebook timeline or Picasa Web Album. The Publish to Facebook Timeline function allows us to name the photo, choose from one of the templates that weve already created, add the addressee to the photo, and choose an optional caption. We can also upload the image as a Facebook Album. One thing to keep in mind when publishing to Facebook, is that the Batch Rename feature doesnt work with the publishing function.
Bridge has a capability called the Smart Downloader, which is one of its newest features. The key to this tool is its ability to guess at what youll need. Simply let Bridge know what photos you already own, and what sort of photo you want. Then, it will download your best options. This is a great way to save time when searching for the right photo. And you dont need to be on Wi-Fi. If you havent attached your device to a wi-fi network, just select the network or networks you want to search through, and then choose to Search Downloaded Photos from File > Smart Downloader.
Another important feature of Bridge is searching. Bridge allows us to search for images of a certain type. We can search on color mode, image type, subject, group and Location. And we can search for images in different categories, such as Series, Smart Collections and People. For example, say I wanted to see all the images I took in Southeast Asia in July. I could run a Bridge search for Images taken in SE Asia in July. Once I’ve identified the images I want to see, I can even select them directly from the search results!
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Of course, this path copying ability comes at a price. Because of the way paths are stored in files, it is impossible to use hundreds of images on a page. That’s because a path is made up of numbers. So there may be one number in a path that corresponds to a photo, but there may be another in another photo. The two images may appear in a group, and they may be grouped together with similar paths. But just one of the images in that group may actually be the one on the page. That’s a problem that Bridge can’t handle.
The same problem occurs with page layouts in designs. Bridge can’t know whether there are two images that are in the same row, so it won’t display the two as if they are, even though they may be in the same order. You get the idea.
So Bridge probably isn’t suitable for using many images (especially the really large ones) on a page or in a design. At least not if you want to use the images in exactly the order you created them. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t use a lot of images on a page. You can separate many different files into multiple folders, and use Bridge’s advanced mode to paint images onto one another, such as masks. This allows you to use both regular and advanced mode at the same time. There are also other limitations, such as the fact that many of the customizable features in Bridge (like resizing the thumbnails and the labels) can only be applied to the currently displayed image.
But all of this is just a brief introduction to what you can do with Bridge. And the more extensive Bridge features tutorial I link to above will help you expand on what you can do with Adobe Bridge. But for now, let’s leave Bridge and get back to the file browser. That’s where your original images are going to be, the ones you’ve selected to open the panel.
Adobe Bridge Features
- Organize and select groups of pictures from multiple folders
- Unzip groups of files
- Sync and automatically sync all photos in the Bridge collection to the folder where they reside on your computer
- View thumbnails, detailed information and other metadata for your images
- Select photos and images based on specific metadata including focal length, geotag, metadata, etc.
- Edit, correct and annotate metadata
- Filter, sort and organize with the Filters panel
- Create and edit smart collections
- Save collections to the Library to share with others
- Integrate with Photoshop and Lightroom
What’s new in Adobe Bridge
- Get more control over how metadata is applied to images.
- You can now automatically tag images you insert directly into your site and automatically re-tag them the next time you open them in Adobe Bridge.
- You can access a slew of new metadata settings in Bridge, like edit metadata for videos and images, tag individual photos, view thumbnails in smart view mode, and select your favorite representation.
- Check out the new docs for getting started with Adobe Bridge and Adobe Social.
- See what’s new for the latest version of Creative Cloud.
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