- Offered by Canon, Nikon, Minolta, Sony, and other leading camera manufacturers, the Camera Raw format lets photographers create high-resolution "digital negatives"-uncompressed, unprocessed images that they can then manage and convert using Photoshop
- Cameras featuring Camera Raw capabilities are now priced as low as $300
- This book explains what Camera Raw is, why serious amateur and professional photographers need it, and how to make the most of it using Photoshop's powerful Camera Raw plug-in
- Topics covered include evaluating and working with Camera Raw images, harnessing Photoshop Camera Raw tools, using metadata, understanding color, and correcting images
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Your Feet Wet.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Bridge, Camera Raw, and Photoshop.
Chapter 2: Enlightened by Raw.
Chapter 3: Applying Color Management.
Chapter 4: Using Workflows to Process Images.
Part II: Image-Management Workflow with Adobe Bridge.
Chapter 5: Getting Around, Across, Under, and Over Adobe Bridge.
Chapter 6: Managing Images.
Part III: Working with Raw Images.
Chapter 7: Understanding Exposure and Color.
Chapter 8: Getting Acquainted with Camera Raw.
Chapter 9: Processing Raw Images.
Part IV: Photoshop CS2 Image-Processing Workflows.
Chapter 10: Adjusting Color and Tone in Photoshop.
Chapter 11: Editing Images.
Chapter 12: Preparing Photos for Output.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 13: Ten Ways to Improve Your Photos and Show Off Your Work.
Chapter 14: Ten Great Photoshop Filters.