Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening the Camera Raw image, part of Photoshop CS5: Smart Objects.
Photoshop's ability to work with raw images is a tremendous help to …photographers, as it allows them to get the very best results from their digital negatives. …What's perhaps surprising is that Photoshop can also open raw files as …smart objects, and this means that we retain the editability. …So, let's begin by opening our Raw file, and we're going to open this picture of a girl. …And as you can see, it opens with a Standard Camera Roll dialog.…
Well, we can see there's alot to be fixed here, we need to increase the exposure on …this image. We could increase the clarity, and we …could maybe increase the sharpness a little bit. …But that'll do so far. We don't want to get carried away and do …too much here. The important thing is how we're able to …edit this later, not how we work with raw files now. …If we were just to choose Open Image, it will open this image as a regular …Photoshop image. If we hold the Shift key down, we can see …that changes to the rather enigmatic Open Object.…
- Editing Smart Objects
- Working with multiple layers
- Using Smart Filters
- Replacing contents
- Using multiple Smart Objects
- Creating flexible cover shots
- Complex distortion
- Working with Camera Raw
- Working with movies and Illustrator files
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop for Designers: Textureswith Nigel French4h 38m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Smart Objects
2. Smart Filters
3. Replacing Contents
4. Multiple Smart Objects
5. Flexible Cover Shots
6. Complex Distortion
7. Working with Camera Raw
8. Smart Objects in the Workflow
9. Taking Smart Objects Further
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