Lynda - Photoshop CC for Photographers: Camera Raw 8 Intermediate
Get in-depth training on Camera Raw 8, the Photoshop component that enables photographers to make nondestructive corrections and improvements to photographs. This installment of Photoshop CC for Photographers takes you deep into selective adjustments and blemish corrections. Author Chris Orwig shows how to enhance eyes and whiten teeth with the Adjustment Brush, correct overexposed skies with the Graduated Filter tool, and remove general dust, noise, and scratches. Then dive into the Curves and HSL controls for improving color and tone. Chris also includes a section on Camera Raw's Lens Correction toolset for removing distortion and chromatic aberration in your photographs. Last but not least, discover how to harness presets, actions and the batch processing power of Bridge, and camera calibration controls to speed up your workflow and get great looking results every time.
Table of ContentsIntroduction1. Using the Adjustment Brush2. Making Specific Corrections with the Adjustment Brush3. Making Adjustments with the Graduated Filter Tool4. Creating Selective Adjustments with the Radial Filter5. Retouching Blemishes6. The Advantages of the Tone Curve7. Using the HSL Controls8. Creating a Split-Toned Effect9. Making Lens Corrections10. Adding Film Grain and Vignette Effects11. Saving and Applying Presets12. Speeding Up Your Workflow13. Camera Raw Creativity14. Camera CalibrationConclusion