1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 8, 2017 3:55 AM by Just Shoot Me

    LIGHTROOM vs BRIDGE

    didcmoi Level 1

      Bonjour,

       

      Cela fait quelques mois que j'ai déjà pris l'abonnement au Creative Cloud.  Le temps me manque pour parcourir un long et en large différentes applications. Aussi, je suis à la recherche de liens qui me permettraient d'avoir rapidement des informations : ainsi, je n'ai toujours pas compris la différence entre lightroom d'un côté et Bridge de l'autre.  Ce que je recherche avant tout, c'est d'avoir un bel aperçu de mon catalogue de photos (j'en ai tout de même 5700), de pouvoir choisir une de ses photos, de basculer sur PhotoShop, ou bien, ce logiciel je trouvais suffisamment simple d'utilisation à savoir Adobe éléments 13.

       

      Merci infiniment de vos aides , de vos commentaires, de vos tuyaux.

        • 1. Re: LIGHTROOM vs BRIDGE
          Just Shoot Me Adobe Community Professional

          The basic differences between LR and Bridge is LR is a Database program where the only images it shows you are the ones you have imported into the Database file, IE the LR Catalog file.

           

          Bridge is a File Browser similar to the File Manager included with the operating systems. It will only show you the files, images, in a folder you have selected. To view other images you have to select a different folder (that is if you keep your images in different folder by date or job name or topic description.

          Bridge will also show you all files on the drive or folder selected whether they are image file, word document files or any other type of file.

           

          LR only shows images and videos that you have specifically imported into the catalog file. It will show you all images you have imported, if All Photographs is selected in the Catalog section of the Library module, or only those images in a drive or folder that you have selected in the Folders area of the Library module. You can also group like images from various drives and folders using either Collections or Keywords and or the Filter bar.