You can preview images in Adobe Bridge in the Preview panel, in Full Screen Preview, and in Review mode. The Preview panel displays up to nine thumbnail images for quick comparisons. Full Screen Preview displays images full screen. Review mode displays images in a full-screen view that lets you navigate the images; refine your selection; label, rate, and rotate images; and open images in Camera Raw.
The Slideshow command lets you view thumbnails as a slideshow that takes over the entire screen. This is an easy way to work with large versions of all the graphics files in a folder. You can pan and zoom images during a slideshow, and set options that control slideshow display, including transitions and captions.
Choose to black out additional monitors, repeat the slideshow, or zoom back and forth.
Specify slide duration, captions, and slide scaling.
Specify transition styles and speed.
Note: If you select multiple images before entering Full Screen Preview, pressing the Right Arrow and Left Arrow keys cycles through the selected images.
Review mode is a dedicated full-screen view for browsing a selection of photos, refining the selection, and performing basic editing. Review mode displays the images in a rotating “carousel” that you can navigate interactively.
Click the Left or Right Arrow buttons in the lower-left corner of the screen, or press the Left Arrow or Right Arrow key on your keyboard, to go to the previous or next image.
Drag the foreground image right or left to bring the previous or next image forward.
Click any image in the background to bring it to the front.
Drag any image off the bottom of the screen to remove it from the selection. Or click the Down Arrow button in the lower-left corner of the screen.
Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) any image to rate it, apply a label, rotate it, or open it.
Press ] to rotate the foreground image 90° clockwise. Press [ to rotate the image 90° counterclockwise.
To exit Review mode, press Esc or click the X button in the lower-right corner of the screen.
Click the New Collection button in the lower-right corner of the screen to create a collection from the selected images and exit Review mode.
To display keyboard shortcuts for working in Review mode, press H while in Review mode.
The Loupe tool lets you magnify a portion of an image. The Loupe tool is available in the Preview panel and on the frontmost or selected image in Review mode. By default, if the image is displayed at less than 100%, the Loupe tool magnifies to 100%. You can display one Loupe tool per image.
Select this option if slideshows or images in the Preview panel, Full Screen Preview, or Review mode don’t display correctly. Using software rendering for previews displays previews correctly, but the display speed may become slow and there may be other limitations.
Software rendering is automatically enabled on computers with less than 64 MB of VRAM and on dual-monitor systems with less than 128 MB of VRAM.
You might need to change the capture time of your image files if you travel to a different time zone and do not change the date or time setting of your camera before start photographing. Bridge lets you change the capture time of the JPEG and RAW image files.
To change the capture time, select one or more image files and perform the following steps:
The Edit Capture Time dialog is displayed, as shown below:
In the Edit Capture Time dialog box, In the Type of Adjustment section, specify the following:
Click Change to apply the changes in the selected files.
To change the capture time back to original, select the image and do one of the following: