Resizing in Camera Raw with workflow options


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Resizing in Camera Raw with workflow options

One of the things that we know about the Raw format is that when we capture Raw files, we are actually not working in a color space, which is really quite fascinating. You know the color space is applied after we exit Adobe Camera Raw. We also know about Raw files that they have a native file format or file size in a particular dimension that comes off of the sensor of your camera. We can change that as well, and we can change that by tapping into our Workflow Options. You can open up your Workflow Options dialog by clicking on this link down here, and in this dialog you'll see that we have a handful of different options.

We can choose a color space like this standard Adobe RGB 1998, or a better color space like ProPhoto, or for simply going to post this image online, we could choose sRGB. We also have an option for Bit Depth, 8 Bits or 16 Bits/Channel, again, if we want more Bit Depth or more information in order to process the image in perhaps a better way. Then in regards to Size...

Resizing in Camera Raw with workflow options
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Resizing in Camera Raw with workflow options provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6

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