In this lecture with Frankie, we were learning on how to use Adobe Bridge. It lets us organise our photos.
We can view, search, sort, filter, manage, and process image, page layout, PDF, and dynamic media files. We can use it to rename, move and delete files; edit metadata; rotate images; and run batch commands. We can also view files and data imported from your digital still or video camera.
We can open camera raw files from Adobe Bridge and save them. We can edit the images directly in the Camera Raw dialog box without starting Photoshop, and copy settings from one image to another.
Above is my attempt to do a contact sheet. I can do this by:
- Select images.
- Click “tools”.
- Move mouse to photoshop.
- Click “Contact Sheet II”.
- Make sure you set the right columns and rows.
Later, we had a quick introduction to Adobe Photoshop. It’s the best program for imaging and graphic design software. We can create enhance photographs, and 3D artwork. For a photographer, it is very useful, we can create a work of art by: adjust; crop; remove objects; retouch; and repair old photos. Play with colour, effect, and more to turn the ordinary into something extraordinary.
This is my attempt of using a photoshop from my photoshoot images.