Saving raw images


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Saving raw images

Although you can apply tonal and color adjustments to Camera Raw images in the Camera Raw dialog box, you can't work with layers. You can't apply things like border effects or framing effects. Those things can only be done in the Elements' Editing workspace. So what I would like to do now is show you how you can open up an image that's already been edited in Camera Raw into the Elements' Editing workspace and then how you can save that image. What I'm going to do now is select one of these images that's already being displayed here in the Content panel. I have already filtered down what's being displayed in here. We're only viewing Camera Raw images that are inside of this folder and I'm going to go ahead and select this Christmas tree right here.

Double-click that to open it up in Camera Raw. Here is my Christmas tree. I don't need to make any adjustments in here. I've already made them. Instead of clicking Done, I'm going to go ahead ...

Saving raw images
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Saving raw images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
Software:
Photoshop Elements
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