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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 5. Deploying Photoshop to Perfect Your Digital Negatives

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This image from Sunrise Point in Bryce National Park was shot using a Nikon D810 camera with a 28-300mm lens (zoomed to 40mm) at ISO 100. You might notice there are no people in this shot. Read the section titled “Removing People Via Image Stacking” to find out why.

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 manipulations ...

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