Recorded on July 30, 2015
Are you spending too much time looking through your digital photos trying to find the best ones, only to settle on whatever’s “good enough” after a few minutes? With today’s digital cameras, we should be taking LOTS and LOTS of photographs of every event. Taking them is easy… it’s what to do next that can be a killer. With Adobe’s Bridge and Photoshop, you already have one of the most powerful photo-processing duos on the planet. Learn how to use them together properly to slice your photo production time dramatically, improve quality and leave your photos in a format that is flexible for changing later.
You’ll learn how to:
- View, sort and rank your photos quickly and easily.
- Add metadata to images for quick searches and to use in InDesign.
- Color adjust faster than you ever have before.
- Leave your photos “adjustable” for quick changes even after you’ve saved.
- Save images for multiple uses (print and online) in one easy step.
- And much more!
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Russell Viers is an international speaker who, since 1997, has presented at publishing conferences in 22 countries, including at AdobeMAX, where he was honored as an AdobeMAX Master. In addition to speaking and developing videos, Viers has trained many designers on techniques to improve efficiency and quality, including those at Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies Home Journal and American Greetings. Viers started working with CompuGraphic typesetting machines in the early 80s, then PageMaker 1 in 1987 and has been actively involved with Digital Publishing since the early days.