TAG: Adobe Camera RAW

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The Power of EDR (Extended Dynamic Range)

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I came up with the term EDR (Extended Dynamic Range) image after trying to push the limits of Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), which are comparable to the limits we find in Adobe’s Lightroom too. Pushing the limits means trying to see how much detail can be pulled out of the shadows, and how much the…

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Camera Raw as a Photoshop Filter:
The video and by the book

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VIDEO TUTORIAL: Camera Raw adjustments can now be applied as a filter, within Photoshop. This means it is now possible to access the power of Camera Raw while working on an image open in Photoshop. This movie shows how using Camera Raw as a filter helped create the cover image used for the book.  Click below…

Figure 2: The same photograph, if converted into ProPhoto RGB color space, will have much less clipping.

The Fine Art of Digital Printing: What Color Space is Your Camera In?

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Most digital cameras can capture a much wider range of colors than Adobe RGB. Sunsets and bright red flowers are common subjects that can have out-of-gamut tones and colors. How do you handle them?

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