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Viewing Camera Raw window Using the toolbar Looking at the histogram Using the menu Clicking through image panels Choosing workflow settings Going through the tabs and controls "Pressing" on-screen buttons f
■ f you shoot raw images (or are planning on doing so in the near future), you're going to find Camera Raw as your best friend. As a photographer, I've used Camera Raw exclusively to make my color and tonal adjustments since I switched to the raw format some time ago.
The more proficient you become at making adjustments in Camera Raw, the less you'll depend on Photoshop to make those corrections. You'll reach that level of "enlightenment" the moment you discover that after getting a raw image into Photoshop, you don't need to adjust any levels, curves, brightness contrast, or saturation. All of your Camera Raw adjustments were right on . . . You have arrived!
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