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FIGURE 12-32 The corrected image
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Most high-end digital cameras support a format called RAW Unlike JPEG or TIFF images, RAW files contain the original unprocessed data stored by the camera Basically, RAW files are the unadulterated data captured directly from your camera s sensor Photoshop CS2 can open RAW images directly with a feature called Camera Raw The main advantage to using RAW is that image processing can be done after you have shot the photo, and the camera s processing is not permanently embedded in the image The settings used on the camera at the time of capture can be recalled, or you can modify them Other advantages include the ability to save 16-bit images, plus the RAW format is lossless and RAW images are a smaller file size than TIFF images If your camera doesn t support the RAW format, you won t be able to access this functionality or open the RAW settings
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CHAPTER 12: Enhance Your Photographs
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Let s take a look at the Camera Raw window and then walk through processing an image Figure 12-33A shows the Camera Raw window with four images open The area on the left (the filmstrip) is visible only when more than one image is open The histogram is just like other histograms discussed earlier in this chapter First, let s take a look at the tools in the Camera Raw window, as shown in Figure 12-33B
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Tools Preview changes Show clipping Histogram Adjustments
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FIGURE 12-33 (A) The Camera Raw window (B) The Camera Raw tools Multiple image filmstrip A
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Next/previous open image Crop
Save raw image
Open in Photoshop
B Zoom
Set Graypoint
Rotate Trash
Hand
Color Sampler
Straighten
How to Do Everything with Photoshop CS2
Zoom Allows you to zoom in to the image (you can
also change the magnification at the bottom-left corner of the Camera Raw window) it s too big to fit in the window
Hand Allows you to move around in the image when Set Graypoint When clicked in an area that should
be neutral gray, color corrects the image and removes any color casts marker that displays the RGB color values at that position will be processed
Color Sampler When clicked on the image, leaves a
Crop Allows you to crop the image, so only a portion Straighten Straightens crooked photos when you
click and drag on the horizon line
Rotate Changes the orientation of the photo Trash Deletes one or more of the images in the
filmstrip
Processing an Image in Camera Raw
Let s start by processing an image in Camera Raw: 1 Open a RAW image by choosing File | Open; by selecting it in Bridge, right-clicking, and choosing Open Raw; or by pressing CTRL-R (CMD-R on the Mac) 2 Set the white balance to remove any color casts Select the White Balance value from the dropdown menu shown in Figure 12-34 Experiment with the settings until you re happy with the coloring on your image 3 Adjust the Temperature slider to fine tune the color left is cooler (more blue) and right is warmer (more yellow) 4 Adjust the Tint if necessary
FIGURE 12-34 Setting the white balance
Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast
Let s adjust the luminosity of the image to produce nicely defined shadows that are not plugged and bright highlights that are not blown out Areas that are plugged or blown out are called clipped areas because they are forced to white or black
CHAPTER 12: Enhance Your Photographs
1 At the top of the Camera Raw window, select the Shadows and Highlights checkboxes to reveal areas that are potentially clipped in your image, which are shown in red and blue in Figure 12-35 (These indicator colors will not be revealed on the image after it s opened in Photoshop)
FIGURE 12-35 Clipped areas are revealed on the image
2 In the Adjust tab at the right side of the Camera Raw window, slide the Exposure slider until it is on the point where clipping begins (the point where the colored spots on the image begin to appear) (If you do not use the Clipping checkbox, you can hold down the ALT key [OPTION on the Mac] as you slide and the clipping will be revealed) 3 Adjust the Shadows slider, taking it to the clipping threshold (the area where the image begins to clip) The shadows should be dark but not so dark that all detail is lost 4 Brighten the image by sliding the Brightness slider
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