In This Chapter
Implementing a workflow for raw images Evaluating images Adjusting the tab controls Sharpening and reducing noise Correcting lens shortcomings Calibrating color creatively Saving your settings, subsets, and labor Using Bridge to apply raw settings a rnn to the raw workflow! In Chapter 8, I show you all the neat tools and con-^^ trols Camera Raw has to offer. Here's where those tools go to work processing raw images. Developing and using a consistent workflow to process your raw images (while taking advantage of Bridge automation features) will help you become more efficient.
Camera Raw gives the photographer some serious tools for correcting color and tone. If you take the time to get some practice at using them properly, you'll find these corrections are actually easier to make in Camera Raw than in Photoshop. I've gotten to the point that many of the images I process in Camera Raw are pretty much ready for prime time when I open them in Photoshop. As you'll find, the better you get at making these adjustments in Camera Raw, the less you have to do later.
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