Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2 (Real World) by Bruce Fraser
Publisher: Peachpit Press (May 23, 2005) | ISBN: 0321334094 | CHM | 9,9 Mb | 336 pages


Call it a control thing, but until recently or, more specifically, until the availability of digital raw camera formats you simply

weren't ready to make the move to digital photography. Raw formats, however, changed all of that by allowing you to retrieve

images before any in-camera processing has been performed. Photoshop's Adobe Camera Raw plug-in makes that process

even easier by providing a standardized way of accessing and working with these uncompressed digital negatives in your

favorite image-manipulation software. In the first volume devoted exclusively to the topic, best-selling author Bruce Fraser

shows you how to take advantage of Adobe Camera Raw to set white balance, optimize contrast and saturation, handle noise,

correct tint, and recover lost detail in images before converting them to another format. After learning about the raw formats

themselves, you'll discover hands-on techniques for exposing and shooting for digital raw, using Bridge, Adobe's new standalone

file browser, to preview images and automate tasks, and building a workflow around the digital raw process.