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Andrew Blaszczyk (2) 02-26-2009 08:40 PM

Adobe Bridge add-on for CS2
 
After going through some old threds about organizing, I've decided to give Adobe Bridge a try. The one problem is that I do not have it so I'm looking for a website to buy/download from, but I don't want to get ripped off by some scam site. Does anyone know a reliable source for add-ons or should I trust this: http://www.oemsoftdiscount.com/index...sc&progid=4172

Thanks for any help!

Does anyone else use Bridge to organize?

milwman 03-02-2009 11:59 AM

Bridge came with my PSE6 and don't run it. It just gets in the way as I run Iphoto, But if you have CS anding on bridge cant be that much? I wouldn't trust them.

jalang 03-03-2009 03:15 AM

Bridge
 
Bridge is not bad at all. If you're not ready (or budgeted) to jump into Lightroom, Bridge is great for batch processing, tagging, and adding metadata.

It's not really an add-on, it came with CS2. Check your CS2 CD.

-Alex

Andrew Blaszczyk (2) 03-03-2009 01:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jalang (Post 84273)
Bridge is not bad at all. If you're not ready (or budgeted) to jump into Lightroom, Bridge is great for batch processing, tagging, and adding metadata.

It's not really an add-on, it came with CS2. Check your CS2 CD.

-Alex

Thanks! I'll have to double check. :)


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