Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening raw files straight to Photoshop, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Advanced Workflow Tips.
- So far in this chapter, I've been recommending…that in order to expedite your overall Camera Raw workflow,…you want to use Adobe Bridge.…And you want to use Adobe Bridge because…you can view and access your files like we can see here,…and we can see all the adjustments that we've made.…Yet one of the downsides that we have so far…of this workflow is that we have these images,…like these here, and if we want to work on them…in Photoshop, say if we want to retouch away this boat,…or do something that we can really only do in Photoshop,…what we would have to do is press Cmd-R in a Mac,…or Ctrl-R in Windows, open the file up in Camera Raw,…then click Open Image and that would then send over the file…with all of the adjustments applied to it…over here in Photoshop, and we could continue our workflow.…
Now, the downside of that is that we need to see…that Camera Raw dialog again,…even though all of our Camera Raw work is actually done.…So there has to be a faster way.…Well, there is.…Here what I'm going to do is just close this image,…
- Working with Bridge and Photoshop
- Opening raw and nonraw files
- Syncing settings across files
- Using presets
- Recording actions