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  • Author:
    Ben Long
  • ISBN:
    0321592131
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    978-0321592132
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    Peachpit Press; 2 edition (February 22, 2009)
  • Pages:
    264 pages
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    Photography & Video
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Ben also provides an overview of software used to convert raw files and a thorough explanation of how to use Photoshop Elements . workflow options in 2nd 3rd 4th Camera Raw 3, opening files with 2nd Camera Raw settings. copying between raw files.

Some cool Camera Raw tricks, tips for shooting for Raw format, and a glossary of important terms round out the offering. Categories: Computers\Algorithms and Data Structures: Image Processing. copying in Bridge 2nd. copying in Elements 3 and Photoshop CS Camera Raw tabs. Adjust tab 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th. Скачать (chm, 1. 9 Mb). Статьи партнёров.

Very solid introduction into Camera Raw as used by Photoshop CS, CS2 and Elements. Many advanced ideas are pretty easy to follow with the fine examples included. Explains why raw format is the better choice for serious digital SLR photographers

Very solid introduction into Camera Raw as used by Photoshop CS, CS2 and Elements. Explains why raw format is the better choice for serious digital SLR photographers. Differences between CS2 & Elements should also help those choosing between those two programs. 7 people found this helpful.

Raw 101: Better Images with Photoshop Elements and Photoshop.

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How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Working with digital photographs in raw format isn’t just for pros. If you’re ready to learn how you can use Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements to make the most of your camera’s raw capabilities, this book is the place to start.

The book contains numerous tips on how to shoot well, as well as how to work with Photoshop CS/Elements to process your RAW photos. Good Assistance if you want to start up with camera raw. For Photoshop CS2. But still similar for CS3 users. You will learn what the Exposure, Contrast, Brightness and Shadow sliders do, how to work with Curves, and how to work with HDR images, as well as other useful techniques. The book is relatively thin at This book is a really good book if you want to learn to shoot and modify images using the RAW format. RAW gives you far more power to work with images than JPG does.

In this book, completely updated for Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop Elements 7, you’ll learn: How your digital camera captures and stores data. The pros and cons of working with Camera Raw data versus standard JPEG files

In this book, completely updated for Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop Elements 7, you’ll learn: How your digital camera captures and stores data. The pros and cons of working with Camera Raw data versus standard JPEG files. How to sort and process images using Camera Raw in Photoshop Elements and Photoshop. How to work with the Camera Raw histogram to improve the color and tone of your images. Great techniques for shooting to get the best from the raw format.

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RAW 101 Better Images with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements ® ® Jon Canfield San Francisco, London RAW .

RAW 101 Better Images with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements ® ® Jon Canfield San Francisco, London RAW 101 Better. Camera Raw with Photoshop For Dummies. Get Smart! at : ww. etPedia. com More than 150,000 articles for DUMMIES Learn how almost everything works Get Smart!. Camera Raw with Photoshop® FOR DUMmIES ‰ by Kevin L. Moss Camera Raw with Photoshop® FOR DUMmIES ‰ by Kevin . .

What Is Raw? Lighthouse, Warnemunde, Germany. Canon EOS 20D with Canon 75–300 mm EF lens

What Is Raw? Lighthouse, Warnemunde, Germany. Canon EOS 20D with Canon 75–300 mm EF lens.

How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements Working with digital photographs in raw format isn’t just for pros. Today, point-and-shoot cameras can capture images in raw format, giving shutterbugs of all stripes additional control and editing flexibility for richer, more vibrant photographs. If you’re ready to learn how you can use Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements to make the most of your camera’s raw capabilities, this book is the place to start. Author and photographer Ben Long introduces you to the raw format, explaining when it offers advantages over your camera’s default options, and then shows you how best to use it. In this book, completely updated for Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop Elements 7, you’ll learn: How your digital camera captures and stores data The pros and cons of working with Camera Raw data versus standard JPEG files How to sort and process images using Camera Raw in Photoshop Elements and Photoshop Basic Photoshop and Photoshop Elements editing techniques, such as adjusting for exposure, brightness, contrast, and saturation How to work with the Camera Raw histogram to improve the color and tone of your images Great techniques for shooting to get the best from the raw format

Cenneel
This book is a must for those photographers, experiencing some confusion when attempting to apply some of the functions within their own raw conversion software. If you have Bibble, Elements 6/7, Corel PSPX2, Photoshop Perfect, Silkypix:Ben Longs book is the compliment to those software. It is worthy of a 5 Star plus. It's colour illustrated, with many examples, delves into the mysteries of histograms, clipping, batch processing, etc. etc.
For a few dollars, a bargain, a definite investment.
BlackBerry
I like the book
Angana
With a copyright date of 2009 (second edition), it was probably updated from the original edition in 2008 or perhaps earlier. It now seems very dated considering all of the various changes and upgrades to the applicable software that's available now. Consequently I didn't get much from this book.
Coiril
Very solid introduction into Camera Raw as used by Photoshop CS, CS2 and Elements. Many advanced ideas are pretty easy to follow with the fine examples included. Explains why raw format is the better choice for serious digital SLR photographers. Differences between CS2 & Elements should also help those choosing between those two programs.
Wal
I am really enjoying this book. I have so much to learn but hope to get there with the help of this book.
Goldenfang
great
Tekasa
I had already been using RAW for some time and wanted to see if there was anything I was missing. This book does a nice job of explaining how to use RAW, but I didn't find anything I wasn't already doing.
I have been shooting with my Canon 30D/40D for sometime in jpeg. The whole while I knew there was a RAW mode but I didn't know how or why one uses it (other than the generic "it offers more control").

This book is an outstanding intro to answer both questions. In really clear style it gave both the theory (which for RAW is really important) and the practical applications of raw using and processing images with Adobe Camera RAW. The improvement in the final image quality from developing a raw file yourself vs letting the camera create a jpeg for you with its standard settings is really staggering .

The only part of the book I didn't think was "outstanding" was the chapter on workflow. Here the book was was "good." Having shot my last vacation in RAW, I understand completely why a book on RAW should address workflow as it becomes a major part of the process. The problem is the subject of workflow is really tied to whatever programs you are using (photoshop, Bridge, lightroom, iView, etc). The author did about as well as possible given the book is written to users of photoshop and elements. In th end, I went out and bought a book on Adobe Lightroom which is what I am not using.