Looking at Camera

When you first load Camera Raw by opening a raw image, the first thing you'll notice is a large image preview (unobstructed by toolbars and palettes). Controls for adjusting images surround the image preview on the top, bottom, and right, as shown in Figure 8-1.

Camera Raw menu Histogram Settings selection

Toolbar

Rotate Image Preview Preview check boxes

Camera Raw menu Histogram Settings selection

Toolbar

Rotate Image Preview Preview check boxes

Image zoom controls

Workflow settings

Figure 8-1: The Camera Raw tools and controls

File control buttons

Image zoom controls

Workflow settings

Figure 8-1: The Camera Raw tools and controls

File control buttons

On top of the image preview is the Camera Raw Tool palette and Option bar. The Tool palette contains controls for zooming, moving, white balance, color sampling, cropping, straightening, and rotating. To the bottom of the image, you'll find workflow settings that let you set the color space to work in, image size, and bit depth. At the right of the image are the histogram, settings, Camera Raw menus, and Camera Raw control tabs.

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