Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Camera calibration, part of Photoshop CS6 Raw Workshop.
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I continue to be impressed, at how accurately most digital cameras are able …to render a scene, and also how accurately Adobe Camera Raw is able to …translate the information from our RAW captures. …But at times, you might want to fine tune the behavior of Adobe Camera Raw, as it …relates to your particular camera model. Let's take a look at the Camera …Calibration Options, which allow you to make some adjustments to the way the …colors are interpreted in your photos. I'll go ahead and switch to the Camera …Calibration panel, and we can take a look at the various options that are available.…
First we have Process. And this relates to the Process version, …that Adobe Camera Raw will use to interpret your photos. …In other words, when was the software written, that will be used to interpret …color values in your photos. The original version is 2003, there was …an update in 2010, and the current version is 2012. …Under most circumstances, I always encourage you to use the latest Process …version, because that will generally result in the highest image quality. …
- Opening RAW captures
- Setting Camera Raw preferences
- Evaluating with Preview
- Resetting adjustments
- Processing multiple images
- Basic adjustments
- Image transformation
- Camera calibration
- Focused adjustments
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
Adobe Camera Raw overview1m 50s
Opening RAW captures1m 56s
Checking for updates1m 35s
Zooming and panning3m 1s
Histogram evaluation3m 44s
Evaluating with previews1m 46s
Resetting adjustments1m 33s
Workflow options4m 42s
Cancel, Save, Done, or Open5m 28s
Processing multiple images4m 37s
2. Basic Adjustments
3. Advanced Adjustments
4. Focused Adjustments
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