Raw Workflow from Capture to Archives: A Complete Digital Photographer's Guide to Raw Imaging

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Taylor & Francis, 2006 - Computers - 290 pages
'Raw Workflow from Capture to Archives' provides specific, practical explanations and how-to instructions for the digital photographer mastering this process. The most comprehensive book devoted to simplifying raw workflow, this guide will demystify raw functions in the camera, raw converter, image processing and enhancement software, and digital asset management programs. Not restricting itself to a single workflow this valuable resource discusses the latest applications that deal with raw files, including special plug-ins, stand alone programs and custom applications. Shooting raw gives you complete creative control over your images and is the hottest topic in digital photography today. Learn how to take advantage of the benefits of raw to increase your creative control and streamline your raw workflow in this informative guide.
 

Contents

Shooting in Raw Mode
21
Downloading Raw Files
49
Raw Editor Roundup
71
Establishing a Raw Workflow
93
Processing Raw Files
101
Processing with Photoshop Elements
109
ACR Photoshop and Bridge
135
Beyond ACR basics
177
Complete Raw Workflow Options
195
Bridge and Photoshop Combine
199
Lightroom Walkthrough
215
Aperture Step by Step
227
Raw File Management
237
Protecting Your Raw Assets
251
Glossary
267
Index
283

Stand Alone Converters
187

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About the author (2006)

Philip Andrews has written extensively on digital photography, traditional photography, & multimedia for many magazines & newspapers, including "Amateur Photographer", "British Journal of Photography", Practical Photography", & "Digital Photo & Design". Author of more than 25 books and over 1600 magazine articles, Joe Farace has been a regular contributor to Shutterbug magazine since 1994 with his Digital Innovations and Web Profiles columns. He was the original editor of eDigitalPhoto magazine and contributes to magazines such as Photo District News and PHOTO Techniques. He holds workshops and seminars at FOTOfusion, Palm Beach Photo Workshop, Shutterbug and Popular Photography and Imaging, has spoken at the PPA national events and New England Council of Camera Club's annual conference.

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