Of the billions of images to be found online today, can your own be properly identified as such? In this video, we’ll explore how to give yourself the credit you deserve in a single click by way of Metadata Templates in Adobe Bridge.
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Mark Morrow is an active photographer based in southwest Virginia with experience in real estate and architectural work, as well as commercial product and portraiture. As an avid student of the craft, Mark enjoys sharing insight with fellow amateurs and aspiring pros on his blog, and as a contributing author with Photofocus.com.