One of the consequences of working with digital images in Photoshop is that the people will soon find themselves struggling to cope with an ever-growing collection of image files. More recently, the people have seen emergence of digital photography workflow programs such as Apple’s Aperture and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, which are designed to provide a complete workflow management solution from digital raw processing stage through to image library management and print output. Although Bridge has the potential to be used as an image asset manager, it still lacks sophistication of other fully dedicated asset management programs such as Expression media or Lightroom. Adobe and also third-party companies are now able to exploit potential of XMP to aid file management on a general level as well as specific needs such as scientific and forensic work. The ability to create collections is an important feature in any image management program but it’s even more important for file browser program such as Bridge.