In this two part Photoshop tutorial, Richard Harrington takes a look at the camera raw files and the camera raw interface. Many video professionals do not know much about the camera raw interface because it is a technology mainly used by digital photographers. The key advantage to using with a camera raw file is that the data is usually stored in the picture more than you can normally see in a single exposure.
In the second part of this Photoshop tutorial series, Richard Harrington goes deeper into the camera raw interface. Richard looks at the tone curve tab which controls the contrast, the detail tab which controls the image sharpening and noise reduction, split toning tab controlling the hue and saturation, lens corrections tab and the presets tab to store settings and preferences.
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