Open through Camera Raw Photoshop CS6


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Opening through Camera Raw

The final way to open an image is to bring it in the Photoshop through a utility known as Camera Raw. Now Camera Raw, like Bridge, ships for free with every version of Photoshop out there. And the advantage of Camera Raw is that it provides a unique image adjustment environment. We'll be discussing Camera Raw in detail in the next course, but for now, I just want you to know it's here. I'm back inside Bridge, and I'm looking at my three image files here inside the 01_open_image folder. And you can open raw images from your digital camera inside Camera Raw.

You can also open flat image files saved in either the JPEG or TIFF format. You cannot open PSD files. I'm going to switch over to the TIF file and I'll right-click on it and choose this command, Open in Camera Raw. You also have the keyboard short cut of Ctrl+R on a PC or Command+R on the Mac. And that's going to go ahead and launch Camera Raw as you see here. If you want Camera Raw to fill up your screen, the...

Opening through Camera Raw
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Opening through Camera Raw provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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