Opening a raw image directly in 16-bit


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Opening a raw image directly in 16-bit

All right, I have gone ahead and saved up both modified versions of Max here. Both of ones that I modified in the 8-bit/Channel space and the one that I modified in the 16-bit/Channel space, I went ahead and converted the 16-bit image back to the 8-bit/Channel space, so both images are saved as JPEG files; one of them is called Max8-bit edit.jpg and the other is called Max16-bit edit.jpg. They are both found inside of a sub folder called Color_Corrected_Max inside of the 17_16bit_HDR folder.

All right, I am just going to keep them open on screen here. We are going to open yet another version of this very same image and we are going to do so by switching over to the Bridge. So I am going to go ahead and click on the Bridge button, here in the Options bar in order to switch over to the Adobe Bridge. Here is the 17_16bit_HDR folder that I have been telling you about and here is this image that I want you to open, it's called The original raw photo.dng and this is the original raw digit...

Opening a raw image directly in 16-bit
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Opening a raw image directly 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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