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Old 01-18-2015   #1
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Default Adobe Bridge CC versus earlier versions

Any obvious reasons to go for Bridge CC as opposed to CS6?

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I didn't notice anything major as a new "must have". Just some improvements and such. I think the bigger issue with it, and a topic of debate that we don't really want to read through again, is that you are then in the Creative Cloud world....

I do think that if you get a newer camera, the CS6 version might limit you on that and force some workarounds if you care about making life easier, so that might be a good enough reason if you have a brand new model camera, or older PS versions.....?


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