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The Complete Raw Workflow Guide: How to get the most from your raw images in Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom, Photoshop, and Elements
One of the most important technologies a photographer can master is shooting and working with raw images. However, figuring out the best way to work with raw files can be confusing and overwhelming. What's the advantage to working in raw? How do you manage, organize, and store raw files? What's the best way to process your files to meet your photographic needs? How do Photoshop, Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw work together? Is it possible to keep your photos in the raw format and still enhance them extensively? Philip Andrews answers these questions and more in his all-new essential raw workflow guide.77% (5)
Whether you are a beginner just starting to explore the intricacies of shooting raw, or a seasoned pro looking for a better workflow, this book provides all of the information you need to know to create stunning images from your raw files. As well as covering the most popular raw software packages such as Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom, it provides general information that you will find useful no matter which software you prefer. Clear, precise step-by-step instructions will help you get from start to finish with essential tips and tricks along the way. Packed with inspirational images and clearly marked screenshots pointing out the exact information you need, you'll be on your way to creating a better, faster, and more efficient raw workflow in no time.
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This is how my camera is busted
So the short answer is that my camera is messed up - going to guess one of the chips, but not the sensor. The pink noise that you see, which is actually basically parts of another image on the same card sort of subtracted out (it is not an adjacent image in the sense of a linear path, but who knows in terms of how memory is stored on the card). That does not show up, ever, on the back of the camera. It is only once I get it into the computer. So I thought maybe the reader. Tried multiple readers - still happens. Then I noticed it was only happening when I used a certain ND filter on the lens - very weird. But then I realized it was any time I was shooting wide open. But then I noticed it wasn't just wide open, but just nearly wide open. (say even up to 2.8 on a 1.4 lens) Unfortunately, this photo here shows that this now is happening even not wide open. I thought it was a memory card issue - tried about 8 different ones - different sizes, brands, new, old, etc. All have the issue - the cards aren't the issue. Figured it must be the lens - tried different lenses - even went old school and tried lenses with no electronics and no way to even mount the electronics (old Hasselblad lenses with a special mount). Same issue. Also odd, it doesn't *always* do it. I could shoot 100 images wide open, and somewhere between 25-75 of them will do it. I have yet to figure out exactly why - only vaguely. I think one of the image processing chips is busted, but that doesn't explain why it shows up on the camera fine. Also, it breaks in Lightroom - I thought maybe that was a version thing, so I upgraded to the newest. Still had it. In an older Photoshop RAW converter, it sometimes worked, sometimes not. I updated that to CS4 and the latest Camera RAW download (or whatever they call it) - now it does it every time (on busted ones). So I think it comes down to getting it repaired, or getting a new one. I can get a "new" one exactly like this for $500, but that's more than I want to spend for this old of a camera. If I get a new camera, then I want at least a D700 - but I see those for about $2k on eBay and don't really want to spend that. So until I get it resolved, I get to play Russian Roulette of shooting images, and then wondering what's going to crap itself in Lightroom. (in some cases, I can go back to the card - because once it shows up like this in Lightroom, the file is ruined - but sometimes the file on the card can be imported into an older Photoshop on my laptop and it won't always do it - maybe 4 out of 10 will - but it is a huge workflow pain in the ass, so I usually defer to just throwing it out). So yeah, there's that.Photoshop Cs4 for Windows and Macintosh : Visual Quickstart Guide
Computer Lab: TR267.5.A3.W45 2009 This edition of the Visual QuickStart Guide to Photoshop CS4 by bestselling authors Elaine Weinmann and Peter Lourekas covers Adobe Photoshop as well as Adobe Bridge and Adobe Camera Raw (which are included with Photoshop). The elegant layout and full-color photographs make the book not only visually appealing, but also easy to use. Tasks are presented as clear, step-by-step instructions. Most of the photos appearing in the book are available to readers to download so they can follow along closely with the instructions.
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