Opening an image


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Opening an image

With your images transferred, and your selects made, you're ready to start your image editing process. Just as there is an overall workflow that you should follow - import, rate images, and make selects, edit, and finally output - when you're editing and adjusting your images, you also need to follow a specific workflow. By performing edits in a particular order, you'll have an easier time determining what edits need to be made. But more importantly, you'll preserve better quality throughout your edits. To begin working within an image, you have to open it. You can launch an image into Photoshop form Bridge, simply by double-clicking on the image's thumbnail, or by pressing the Return key.

Of course, there are lots of other ways to open images, but if you've already been working in Bridge, it's probably easiest to launch into Photoshop directly from there. Earlier, I strongly recommended that you shoot your landscape images in RAW format, so we're going to ...

Opening an image
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Opening an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Photoshop CS5: Landscape Photography

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Photography
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