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Your Guide to Adobe Bridge: Workspace. In the last post of this series we talked about the basics of Adobe Bridge.

Your Guide to Adobe Bridge: Workspace

What it is, what it can do, why it’s a good thing, and some of the computer requirements. I’m sure some of you are quite anxious to start digging in to the finer details of the software, but before we go anywhere I want to talk about the Bridge Workspace. A workspace refers to the layout of features and controls available in a piece of software.

Adobe Bridge has several predefined workspaces, each having a unique purpose in the photo management process. Different workspaces mean different views, panels, and controls. Adobe Bridge has six predefined workspaces. And here are a couple of my own custom workspaces. After looking at a few of these workspaces, you ought to notice that they consist of the same parts (aka “panels”) but rearranged. For the purpose of this section, I’m using a screenshot of a workspace that has all seven panels visible. So that’s pretty much it for the panels. How to Make A Inexpensive Light Tent. A Post By: Darren Rowse The following tutorial on constructing an Inexpensive Light Tent was Submitted by Jeffrey Bail over at our Forums.

How to Make A Inexpensive Light Tent

I thought it was well worth highlighting here on the main blog too! See Jeffrey’s Flickr Account here. If you’re like me, you don’t want to spend money if you can do it yourself and yield the same results. One day I was at my local photography store I saw one of these “Pop-Up” light tents. I was going to purchase it until I saw the $100 price tag. Materials Needed: 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) Also suggest a lighting fixture. 7.) Now that you have the Materials I will show you out to make a light tent step by step. Step By Step Process: A) Take your box with a tape ruler and marker and measure in 2″ from the side of the box marking multiple points with your marker. 10 Portrait Tips [Video] A Post By: Darren Rowse Time for another weekend Video Tutorial.

10 Portrait Tips [Video]

This one is from Photography Author Erin Manning and contains 10 basic but solid Dos and Don’t for Portrait Photography. Probably a little too much in the way of promoting her book in the video but I post it because there’s some solid (basic… but solid) tips in it for portrait photography). Enjoy Erin’s Tips? – Check out her book Portrait and Candid Photography: Photo Workshop. Tools to upload and share your photos. Please note: Flickr is not responsible for the distribution or performance of these 3rd party applications. jUploadr for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows Another Flickr member, scohen, wrote an upload application, which he describes as: "jUploadr is a cross platform Flickr uploader.

Tools to upload and share your photos

Currently it runs on Windows Linux and OS X. It allows you to set all properties of a photo before you upload it to Flickr. It also supports batch editing, so you can make short work of uploading a bunch of files. " Eye-Fi Memory Card Eye-Fi makes wireless memory cards that automatically back up and organize your photos & video. If you are interested in adding to this toolset, you might want to investigate the public Flickr API. Or if you're more of a desktop developer, the Flickr Uploadr is an open source project.