Raw Process Photoshop


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Raw processing

I've given some thought to how I want to process this image and the key things that I want to be aware of as I'm working on that image. And I think most of those issues can be resolved in the Raw conversion process using the Adobe Camera Raw. So, I'll double-click on the image in Bridge in order to open that Raw Capture in Photoshop which, of course, will bring up the Adobe Camera Raw dialog. And here my primary concern is two-fold. One, I want to focus on overall tonality to try to make sure that I'm retaining a reasonable amount of detail in the image. And two and perhaps most importantly I want to resolve the chromatic aberrations that are evident throughout the photo.

I'll start off with my general adjustments. In this case, the color seems reasonably accurate, so I'm going to start off with my adjustments for Tonality. I want to first establish the overall dynamic range of the scene. And so I'm going to start off with the Whites and Blacks sliders. I'll start of...

Raw processing
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Raw processing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Artist in Action: Tim Grey's Photo Optimization Techniques

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