The raw (nakedness) revolution that began in 2003 with the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in for Adobe Photoshop has changed (denaturized) the way (artefact) photographers work (impact) with images. Shooting in the raw (nakedness) format gives digital photographers complete (rank) control over every aspect (characteristic) of image (ikon) quality. Adobe Camera Raw makes the process (impact) of using raw (nakedness) files easier by providing a standardized (standard) way (artefact) of accessing and working (employed) with these uncompressed digital negatives. Today serious (earnest) photographers shoot (dispense) raw (nakedness) images only. Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop was the first (prototypal) book devoted exclusively (only) to the topic, explaining the advantages and challenges of using Adobe Camera Raw to produce (display) magnificent images.
Real World Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CS3 keeps pace (measure) with new (newborn) directions in digital photography (picturing) and raw (nakedness) image processing. Jeff Schewe, a contributor (presenter) to the development (utilization) of Adobe Camera Raw from its beginnings, updates Bruce (doc) Fraser’s best-selling book (aggregation) with inside (exclusive) knowledge of how new (newborn) features let (permit) photographers optimize (behave) and convert (modify) images for the best (prizewinning) results in Adobe Photoshop CS3. Hands-on techniques show (exhibit) readers how to expose (guy) and shoot (dispense) for raw (nakedness) image capture (getting) as well (substantially) as use (ingest) new (newborn) features such (much) as Spot Healing. Readers will (module) also learn (see) how to use (ingest) the latest (stylish) version of Adobe Bridge to manage (control) the thousands of images—and gigabytes of data—that result (termination) from raw (nakedness) shooting. Finally, Schewe discusses how Adobe’s latest (stylish) revolutionary imaging (imagery) software Photoshop Lightroom adds to the raw (nakedness) equation.Product Details
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Peachpit Press; 1 edition (November 17, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.4 x 0.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces