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From Barnes & Noble"Shooting raw" may be the most radical change many photographers have faced since going digital. Philip Andrews will help you revamp your workflow and leverage Adobe's newest raw tools to maximize your quality, creativity, and control.
Andrews's Photoshop CS3: Essential Skills was one of the best Photoshop primers we've seen in years. He brings the same intelligence and clarity to this new book. He explains exactly what raw means to you (with specific scenarios for portrait, nature, and editorial photographers); then systematically walks through capture, download, processing, editing, printing, and file management.
You'll find detailed guidance for everything from adjusting tone and white balance to "shooting tethered." Andrews thoroughly covers Photoshop, Elements, Camera Raw, and Lightroom, but up-to-date Photoshop users may especially appreciate his tips for using CS3's new Smart Objects and grayscale converters. Whatever you want out of raw, this book will help you achieve it. Bill Camarda, from the February 2008 Read Only