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The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop by Jeff Schewe

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Chapter 5. Deploying Photoshop to Perfect your Digital Negatives

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Corfe Castle in the county of Dorset in the southwest of England. The sky was composited into the image, a process I explain in the Compositing Multiple Images section later in this chapter. The camera I used was a Phase One 645DF with a P65+ back and a 75-150mm lens at ISO 100.

Do you know why Photoshop is such a huge success? Reality sucks! With Photoshop, you can alter reality by retouching, compositing, or using a host of computational manipulations, such as merging multiple panoramic shots, merging multiple exposures for HDR, or stacking images for focus blending. All these ...

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