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In Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6, Chris Orwig provides in-depth training on Camera Raw 6, the CS5 component that enables photographers to open and manipulate images in non-destructive and now even more efficient ways. This course covers the benefits of the raw processing, which makes it possible to more precisely control an image's appearance—exposure, shadow and highlight detail, color balance, sharpness, and more—including new workflow procedures and technical concepts and issues. Learn the entire Camera Raw workflow, from opening and resizing, toning and cropping, to sharpening and saving. Exercise files are included with the course.
If you're a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library, or if you're watching this on a disk, you have access to the exercise files. When you find your Exercise Files folder, you can simply open that up. Inside of this folder, you'll notice that all of the different exercise files are organized based on the different chapters. In order to access these files, all that you need to do is just simply open up the folder for that particular chapter, and you can see the images that we'll be working on. Now, because we'll be doing a lot of work in Camera Raw you'll most likely want to access these files using Adobe Bridge.
Inside of Adobe Bridge again, just simply point to exercise files and select the particular chapter that we're working on, and then there you can find and then access and work with these exercise files. Now, if you don't have access to these exercise files, no big deal. You can simply follow along, or you can always use your own assets. All right! Let's begin.
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