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For you Windows users, the Organizer is a powerful tool to keep track of your images for fast retrieval. Macintosh users, please refer to the videos on Adobe Bridge.
Ben Long kicks on this 13 Mac-centric video series by showing you where to find Adobe Bridge and how to get started using Bridge in your Elements workflow. Windows users, please refer to the Organizer for your file management needs.
Ben shows you what to expect when importing your images directly from your camera.
Ben shows you how to navigate through your images and gives you some hints on what you should be looking for when choosing what images to continue working with in Elements.
Ben discusses the importance of metadata and how it will help you not only organize your photos, but also become a better photographer.
Ben introduces you to the file Filtering feature in Bridge. In this first video, he shows you all the different ways of filter based on the information already housed in your files.
Ben shows you how to add some of your own data to the metadata area of your photos.
Ben shows you how to create and assign keywords to your photos for easy retrieval later on.
Ben shows you the power of using Collections in organizing your photos. Collections go far beyond what you can accomplish with a folder structure.
Ben takes the power of Collections to the next level with Smart Collections.
Find out how to batch rename, move or copy multiple files at once, and much more.
There’s no one right way to organize a digital photo library, so I won’t try to impose a comprehensive workflow in this article. Instead, I’m going to share some techniques to get the most out of the Organizer. (Includes some Bridge/iPhoto tips for Mac users.)