Raw Photo Processing

raw photo processing
    photo processing
  • Photographic processing is the chemical means by which photographic film and paper is treated after photographic exposure to produce a negative or positive image. Photographic processing transforms the latent image into a visible image, makes this permanent and renders it insensitive to light.
  • (of a material or substance) In its natural state; not yet processed or purified
  • informal terms for nakedness; "in the raw"; "in the altogether"; "in his birthday suit"
  • having the surface exposed and painful; "a raw wound"
  • natural: (used especially of commodities) being unprocessed or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes; "natural yogurt"; "natural produce"; "raw wool"; "raw sugar"; "bales of rude cotton"
  • (of food) Uncooked
  • (of information) Not analyzed, evaluated, or processed for use
raw photo processing - Getting Started
Getting Started with Camera Raw: How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements (2nd Edition)
Getting Started with Camera Raw: How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements (2nd Edition)
How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements

Working with digital photographs in raw format isn’t just for pros. Today, point-and-shoot cameras can capture images in raw format, giving shutterbugs of all stripes additional control and editing flexibility for richer, more vibrant photographs. If you’re ready to learn how you can use Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements to make the most of your camera’s raw capabilities, this book is the place to start. Author and photographer Ben Long introduces you to the raw format, explaining when it offers advantages over your camera’s default options, and then shows you how best to use it. In this book, completely updated for Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop Elements 7, you’ll learn:

How your digital camera captures and stores data
The pros and cons of working with Camera Raw data versus standard JPEG files
How to sort and process images using Camera Raw in Photoshop Elements and Photoshop
Basic Photoshop and Photoshop Elements editing techniques, such as adjusting for exposure, brightness, contrast, and saturation
How to work with the Camera Raw histogram to improve the color and tone of your images
Great techniques for shooting to get the best from the raw format

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018.365 | club orient wine -- happy tipsy tuesday
018.365 | club orient wine -- happy tipsy tuesday
i was not going to use my tipsy tuesday photo for my 365 BUT i want to be sure to mark this day because, for me, it is sort of large!!!! i am out sick and after i felt better i started fooling around with elements and the photo before this one was my very first one that i uploaded to flickr that was all done in elements. and this one is a raw photo processed in elements!!! so this one not only celebrates that BUT it is also a photo of this old bottle that means so much to us! what better day to take a photo of it!!!! i am still so confused by all the stuff i have to learn and i am hoping i have done these correctly. but do and learn, right? and i have so many wonderful friends out there to ask!!! that is the amazing and wonderful part of it all!!!!! i hope everyone is having a splendid day! i raise my coffee cup to you all!!!
RAW #6
RAW #6
Copper scrap from a class taken, 30g etched copper from Etsy, polymer clay transfer from a class taught. Pierced, filed, formed, screw riveted, curled a la Lorena Angulo. Lessons Learned: • Even when you know you're not making a truly wearable ring - use all the skills you possess to fabricate it. You'll learn a lot in the process. • Playing with materials with no expectation of perfection is really fun. • Silly and fun designs can inspire proper finished items. I have a brooch in mind. • Experimenting with old and forgotten scrap frees the mind and aids in discovery.

raw photo processing
raw photo processing
Digital Photo Processing
"Digital Photo Processing" covers not just the standard 'getting rid of dust and scratches' approach to retouching, but also looks closely at removing unwanted elements, adding items, changing positions, distorting images, and many other creative techniques to make great digital photos. It shows you how to take prints of old family photographs, badly shot digital images, and other hopeless cases and turn them into high quality digital images suitable for printing or posting online. Detailed, coherent, and highly illustrated instructions on software tools are included, making this the perfect guide for the amateur. This full color book is aimed at those new to photography who have been enticed by the falling prices of basic, but efficient, digital cameras.