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Chapter 1. Love Can Build a Bridge: Brid... > Navigating to Your Photos Using the ... - Pg. 12

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Navigating to Your Photos Using the Bridge The Adobe Bridge has five built-in "layouts" for different working styles (Adobe calls them "workspaces"), and the default Bridge layout is divided into two main sections: (1) the main window that displays thumbnail versions of your photos; (2) a Panel area to the left of that (with palettes for navigating to your photos, for seeing larger previews of your thumbnails, and for viewing metadata and adding keywords). We'll look at this default layout and special built-in workspaces that have been designed to make navigating to your images even easier. Navigating to your photos: The left side of the Bridge is called the Panel area (although they're really palettes, they're just not "floating palettes"--like the rest of the palettes in Photoshop-- because they have to stay within the Panel