Opening images in Camera Raw


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Opening images in Camera Raw

Here, we're going to take a look at how we can open up our images in Camera Raw, whether we're in Bridge or Mini Bridge, and whether we're working with RAW files or JPEGs or TIFFs for that matter. Well, let's start off by working with a RAW file. Here I'm in Adobe Bridge. I'm in the chapter 07_camera_raw folder, subfolder bw for black-and-white. Let's click on this image here. Well, we have a few options with this image. It's a RAW file. So what I can do with this RAW file is either open this up in Camera Raw hosted by Bridge or by Photoshop.

Let me show you what I mean. If we press Command+R or Ctrl+R, that will then open up Camera Raw hosted by Adobe Bridge. You can see Bridge is still open in the background there. Bridge is hosting Camera Raw. On the other hand, if we cancel out of this, we can press Command+O or Ctrl+O. That will then open up Camera Raw hosted by Photoshop. Okay, well, you may be thinking, why would you want to have Camera Raw hosted by on...

Opening images in Camera Raw
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Opening images in Camera Raw provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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