When you've successfully transferred that batch of raw images to a folder where they just wait for a good tweaking, they're in Adobe territory. Here's where some handy new Photoshop CS2 and Camera Raw capabilities come into play — in particular Bridge.
New to Photoshop CS2 is Adobe Bridge. Bridge is an upgrade to the File Browser we came to love in previous versions of Photoshop — but it's better! Bridge is now a standalone application that can be launched independent of the Creative Suite programs, or from within Photoshop CS2, Illustrator CS2, GoLive CS2, and InDesign CS2. Bridge provides better integration between the Creative Suite programs, but if you use only Photoshop CS2, it works great as your standalone or integrated program to organize, browse, or locate photos. Bridge also serves as the launching point to process raw images in Camera Raw.
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