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How to Organize and Cull Images in Adobe Bridge

I don’t know about you, but I am a serious over-shooter at photo sessions. For some reason, I’ve just never been able to master that whole “one shutter click per pose” thing. I snap away repeatedly during pretty much every pose. Which, as I’m sure you can imagine, doesn’t exactly make my job the easiest when it comes to narrowing down my final images. Luckily, Adobe Bridge is great for helping me streamline the process. Not only does it allow you to quickly navigate through your RAW files, but you can also rate and label your images quickly to group the best ones for editing. In this video tutorial, I’ll show you how to organize and cull images in Adobe Bridge.

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Learn how to organize & cull your images in Adobe Bridge with this free tutorial! | Find more free photography tips & photoshop tutorials at www.morganburks.comLearn how to organize and cull images in Adobe Bridge with this free tutorial! | Find more free photography tips & photoshop tutorials at www.morganburks.com
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