Editing in Camera Raw, opening in 16-bit


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Editing in Camera Raw, opening in 16-bit

All right, now let's try out the best way to apply color modifications, and that is to actually edit this DNG image, that's how they started this raw digital photograph in Camera Raw, bring it in to Photoshop in the 16-bit per channel space and then, make any further modifications that we need to, inside of Photoshop in that high bit depth space. So we are basically taking the best advantage of Photoshop's tools essentially, and thereby limiting the risk of posterization, and banding, and other problems that may occur in a digital photograph.

All right, so I have got all three versions of the photo that I have modified so far, opened right here. There is the Max 8-bit edit.jpg file, there is the Max 16-bit edit.jpg file, and then, there is the new one that's called Opened directly in 16-bit.jpg, the one that we modified in the previous exercise. All three of these files exist in the color corrected Max sub-folder that's inside the 17_16bit_HDR folder. Anyway, let's...

Editing in Camera Raw, opening in 16-bit
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Editing in Camera Raw, opening in 16-bit provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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