Using Collections in Bridge CS6

by Allisa Carter on July 30, 2012

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Ever since I was a lit­tle girl I have loved tak­ing pic­tures. I have taken pic­tures with all dif­fer­ent kinds of cam­eras and all over the place.

I’m also really dis­or­ga­nized. This has led to a big messy pile of printed pic­tures in my closet, and now, with dig­i­tal images… you guessed it, a big messy pile of image files on my com­puter. I have at var­i­ous times tried to orga­nize them more effec­tively, but none of my orga­ni­za­tional schemes really stuck. Then I met Adobe Bridge and every­thing changed.

If you are still strug­gling with how to man­age the avalanche of images in your life, you need to check out Tim Grey’s new course Bridge CS6 for Pho­tog­ra­phers. Even if you’d just like to pick up some tips for how to improve your work­flow, you’ll get a lot out of this course, includ­ing how to best man­age, sort, orga­nize, and share your photos.

In this free les­son, Tim demon­strates how to use col­lec­tions to group sets of images together on your com­puter. A col­lec­tion is basi­cally a saved search, or a vir­tual folder, that allows you to quickly find and view groups of images based on what­ever cri­te­ria you’d like. Take a look, I think you’ll find it useful:

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