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

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Chapter 3. Fundamentals of Lightroom and Camera Raw

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This image of a thunderstorm over White Sands National Monument in New Mexico was shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel with a 10-22mm lens at ISO 200. The scary thing about this shot was my wife and I were on our motorcycles with lighting all around us (we were the tallest things for miles). We skedaddled shortly after I did this shot.

Whether you use Lightroom or Camera Raw, the fundamentals of raw image processing remain the same. Based on the initial default preview of the image, you’ll need to adjust the global (the entire image) and local (isolated parts of the image) tone mapping, and ...

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