This is definitely one of the coolest features of Camera Raw. When I first used it, I fell in love with it and have been using it ever since. And sometimes, I don’t even need to. I already alluded to this feature when I wrote my post about how to use the basic panel in […]
Adobe Camera Raw Tips, Tutorials & Techniques
The Adobe Camera Raw section includes posts and articles that cover tips, tutorials and best practices for various areas of opening, editing and exporting files and photographs inside and from Camera Raw. Discussion includes how to effectively utilize this photo and graphic plugin software in photographic post-processing to best enhance your images. Additional topics include how to work effectively inside of Camera Raw, whether it be on enhancing, correcting, creatively enriching or simply viewing photos.
In today’s post, I’m going to edit a photo I took yesterday up in the Sugarloaf area of Maine. We had mixed sun and clouds during much of the day, which led to some challenging situations. I think the photo I’ve chosen as an example for this post is good – it’s overexposed due to […]
If you read my post that covered how to zoom and pan in Adobe Photoshop, you’re pretty much all set here. Both Photoshop and Camera Raw (a plugin inside of Photoshop) are virtually identical in this respect. Photoshop naturally has more bells and whistles, but Camera Raw’s zoom and pan tools hold their own. In […]
When people think of Adobe Camera Raw, they oftentimes think of the program that’s nestled within Photoshop that opens raw files. While that’s true, what folks may not be aware of is that Camera Raw also opens, and allows manipulation of, many types of files – not only raw ones. In this post, I’m going […]