Advanced recovery with Adobe Camera Raw


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Advanced recovery with Adobe Camera Raw

Rich: In this case, I didn't have the F stop open too wide. But I had a very short shutter speed, because I'd been previously shooting video on the camera. And the ISO was a bit high. Everybody screws up. But fortunately, Raw is a bit of a safety net. And let's see how good it is. We'll select all these images and choose to open them in Camera Raw. That's a lot of blown out areas. And in fact, look at how the histogram is slammed. Well, I'll click Auto, and a bit has been recovered.

We can now pull down the highlights even more. That's looking pretty good. Let's take the exposure down a bit more, and lift the shadowy regions a little bit. At this point some Clarity will help. And I need to find the balance of letting some of those whites clip. Before, let's turn off the preview, after. So, quite a bit of detail there. Because I've changed that so much, I need to adjust the overall Saturation and Vibrance to dial it in correctly.

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Advanced recovery with Adobe Camera Raw
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Advanced recovery with Adobe Camera Raw provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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