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May 3, 2005

Photoshop CS2 In the Raw

As a serious digital photographer, you need the greatest possible control over your images. In the newly updated edition of his popular camera raw guide, best-selling author Bruce Fraser gives you just that.

You’ll learn how to take advantage of Adobe Camera Raw using Adobe Photoshop CS2 to set white balance, optimize contrast and saturation, handle noise, correct tint, recover lost detail in images before converting them to another format, and more.

Download a sample chapter and read an interview with Bruce Fraser.

Source: Peachpit

For an overview of how the raw process works, download a sample chapter from Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2. To learn more about author Bruce Fraser and how he uses Photoshop CS2 read our exclusive interview.

Call it a control thing, but until recently–or, more specifically, until the availability of digital raw camera formats–you simply weren’t ready to make the move to digital photography. Raw formats, however, changed all of that by allowing you to retrieve images before any in-camera processing has been performed. Photoshop’s Adobe Camera Raw plug-in makes that process even easier by providing a standardized way of accessing and working with these uncompressed digital negatives in your favorite image-manipulation software. In the first volume devoted exclusively to the topic, best-selling author Bruce Fraser shows you how to take advantage of Adobe Camera Raw to set white balance, optimize contrast and saturation, handle noise, correct tint, and recover lost detail in images before converting them to another format. After learning about the raw formats themselves, you’ll discover hands-on techniques for exposing and shooting for digital raw, using Bridge, Adobe’s new standalone file browser, to preview images and automate tasks, and building a workflow around the digital raw process.

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Visit the book’s home page for more info

ISBN: 0321334094
Publishing Date: May 25, 2005
Copyright 2005
Dimensions 7-1/2 X 9-1/4
Pages: 304
Edition: 1st.

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