Adobe Bridge has a few exceptional capabilities, such as batch renaming selecting only part of a file’s original name.

Photo Mechanic by Camera bits is still a better program for ingesting, IPTC embedding, sorting, and filing.

 

Learn about all of the new tools in Adobe Bridge, as well as the standard ones to organize your photos.

Adobe Bridge started simply as an external file browser for Photoshop, but over the years it has evolved into a digital asset manager with its own nooks and crannies worth exploring. And it’s not just the features recently added to Creative Cloud—such as automated cache management, which we cover in this tutorial—that make it an integral part of a photographer’s workflow. Some of its less well known tools, such as custom labels, metadata templates, and the path bar, will help you manage media more efficiently.

Source: Software Workshop: How to organize your photos with Adobe Bridge | Popular Photography