Adobe replaces the traditional lightbox and darkroom with a trio of programs: Bridge, Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), and Photoshop. You’ll use Bridge as a digital lightbox to review and tag your shots, ACR to develop individual photos, and Photoshop to do more advanced work involving layers, filters, and more.
- Using Adobe Bridge
- Making development decisions in ACR
- Making local adjustments in ACR
Using Adobe Bridge
Adobe Bridge is a separate program that comes free with Photoshop and many other Adobe products. As its name suggests, Bridge serves as a media browser that links different Adobe programs. More than just a way to see multiple thumbnails of your photos, Bridge allows you to tag your shots with metadata. As you ...