To work efficiently with image files it is highly recommended to start using Adobe Bridge, which is a side-car application of Photoshop made exactly to make working with images as easy and as convenient as it can be. Bridge is installed automatically with Adobe Creative Suite applications and you can start using it by clicking on the Br icon on the option bar or choose File / Browse in Bridge. We are going to use several devices when we work with digital images like digital cameras, scanners, monitors, printers etc and we need to know how to use them properly. Parts of this series: 1. Digital Image Theory 2. Working with Bridge 3. User Interface 4. Making Selections 5. Tonal and Colour Adjustments 6. Working with Layers 7. Retouching Images Why to use Bridge? Bridge is similar to Windows Explorer or Apple Finder but has lots of features particularly for working with Adobe file types, starting and managing creative projects and saving your work in special formats like PDF contact sheets or Flash web galleries. Facebook and on Twitter!