You can also click Done, but that will just save the Camera Raw settings for that image you've just made, and then take you back to Bridge. Clicking the Save button will allow you to save the raw file (and its sidecar file with your adjustments) to a folder of your choosing. You can also specify another format for the file — raw, DNG, TIFF, JPEG, or PSD — but for the most part, you'll be opening the image in Photoshop for overall correction and image editing.
You may have noticed I didn't include the Lens or Calibrate tabs in the Camera Raw workflow described here. That's because normally these controls are used sparingly; you won't need them for most of your images. (Even so, I cover those tabs and their controls in Chapter 9.)
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