Working with raw photos


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Working with raw photos

If you shoot RAW files, you'll be happy to know that you can process them in Elements. RAW files consist of high bit unprocessed image data from your camera sensor. After you shoot RAW files, you need to convert copies of them to a format that you could print or that you could open into Elements Editor for further processing or for making creations or for sharing with family and friends. That's all done in Adobe Camera RAW; a separate interface and a plug-in for Elements that both converts your RAW files and at the same time lets you control the image processing, everything from Exposure to Contrast to Color to Sharpening.

None of the adjustments that you make to an image in Adobe Camera RAW directly change the pixels in the RAW files; those remain pristine. Your Adobe Camera RAW adjustments are just instructions about how to display a copy of the RAW file. So how do you open a file into Adobe Camera RAW? If you use the Organizer to manage your photos, you open RAW files just like ...

Working with raw photos
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Working with raw photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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