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Adding prefix hi does anyone know how to add a prefix to all images without having to change the name in photoshop/ bridge after?

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Adobe Bridge can do a "batch rename" (under tools). This can add a prefix, suffix or change the naming to be whatever you want. It's rather easy.
From your camera, I do not know. I don't think you can incorporate it into the exif (camera shot) data, if that is what you want. I think only the date is possible.

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You can use an automation script in photoshop. Do a google search for it. I can't remember how to do it off hand! ALternatively, you can do a batch rename using infranview. Again, google is your friend.

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