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Getting Started with Camera Raw: How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Second Edition by Ben Long

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Summary

As you work more with Camera Raw and Bridge, you will continue to refine your workflow, adding new steps and tweaking others. As mentioned earlier, Organizer offers many more features than the ones we’ve mentioned here. Similarly, Bridge offers many other tools that can make your workflow easier. Labels add another level of rating capability, while advanced batch-processing features allow you to automatically apply Photoshop actions to raw files. If your workflow needs ever grow more sophisticated, you’ll want to check out Bridge’s additional features.

For the most part, you should find that working with raw files is no more complicated than working with non-raw formats such as TIFF and JPEG.

You should also find that shooting raw is ...

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