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Complete Basic Camera RAW Workflow:

  1. Complete Camera RAW Workflow in one video (coming soon)

Before You Start Your Workflow:

  1. Color Settings For Adobe Bridge and Photoshop

  2. Camera RAW preferences (found in Bridge, Camera Raw, and Photoshop)

  3. Understanding Global and Local Adjustments in Camera RAW

Updating RAW Files From Previous Versions Of Camera RAW:

  1. If you have worked on Raw files in pervious versions of Adobe Camera Raw, then look at this video to see the changes that occur when updating the file.

Camera RAW & Adobe Bridge CS6:

  1. Importing image files with Auto Import

  2. Importing image files to the Desktop, and then into Bridge.

  3. Using Develop Settings for images while in Bridge.

  4. Bridge Previews and how they update with RAW settings (coming soon)

  5. Taking a Raw file, and saving as other file formats such as .jpeg or .tif

  6. Includes Save feature in Camera Raw

  7. Includes Image Processor feature in Bridge

  8. Opening image files from Adobe Bridge

Camera Raw Overview / Settings / Interface:

  1. Preferences

  2. Tools and Interface

  3. Includes Tool Introduction, Color Space Settings, and Megapixel Size

Camera RAW Auto Adjustments:

  1. Using Auto Adjustments

Custom Camera Calibration & White Balance:

  1. Using Custom Profiles & Camera Calibration - Movie 1 (Introduction)

  2. Using Custom Profiles & Camera Calibration - Movie 2 (Where are your custom camera profiles located?)

  3. Using Custom Camera Profiles & Camera Calibration - Movie 3 (Batch processing camera profiles)

  4. Note:  For how to make Camera Profiles, check out the Xrite Color Checker Passport Movies located at this link.

  5. White Balance - Movie 1 (Introduction)

  6. White Balance - Movie 2 (Best Practice:  Using A White Balance Correction Card or similar device.)

  7. White Balance - Movie 3 (Using White Balance Tool with neutral gray tone in the scene.)

  8. White Balance - Movie 4 (Using presets and sliders.)

  9. White Balance - Movie 5 (In depth for skin color correction using the Color Checker Passport)

Camera Raw Menus & Workflow:

  1. Understanding the Histogram

  2. Basic Menu - Movie 1 (Exposure / Contrast / Highlights / Shadows / Whites / Blacks)

  3. Basic Menu - Movie 2 (Target Adjustment Tool)

  4. Basic Menu - Movie 3 (Clarity / Vibrance / Saturation)

  5. Using Snapshots

  6. Tone Menu - Movie 1 (Review of Curves & Contrast)

  7. Tone Menu - Movie 2 (Controlling Contrast)

  8. Includes Target Adjustment Tool

  9. Detail Menu - Movie 1 (Sharpening)

  10. Detail Menu - Movie 2 (Noise Reduction)

  11. Sharpening In Depth (coming soon)

  12. HSL Menu - Movie 1:  Sliders with emphasis on Color Controls (Hue, Luminance, Saturation)

  13. HSL Menu - Movie 2:  Tutorial Image

  14. HSL Menu - Movie 3:  Grayscale Conversion

  15. Split Tone Menu (CS5 version, new version coming soon)

  16. Effects Menu (Vignettes)

Camera Raw Tools:

  1. Crop Tool

  2. Straighten Tool

  3. Spot Removal Tool (coming soon)

  4. Graduated Filter - Movie 1:  Landscape

  5. Graduated Filter - Movie 2: Tutorial Image

  6. Adjustment Brush

  7. Saving Files From Camera RAW

Creative Uses of Camera RAW:

  1. Using Creative RAW to play with color, tone, and effects.

The following tutorials will guide you through basic digital workflow using Adobe Camera RAW CS6.

Tutorial Videos (videos are in .mov format for quicktime)                                                   

Camera RAW CS6 Tutorials by Micajah Truitt