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Total Training for Adobe Photoshop CS3: Processing non-RAW files

By Justin Seeley

Learn one of the most important aspects of digital photography how to manage your database of photographs. Total Training shows you just how it`s done in this tutorial with lessons on how to organize, analyze and import your photos using the CS3 application, Adobe Bridge.

In this clip, host Justin Seeley discusses processing non-RAW files, such as JPEG and TIFF files using Adobe's Camera RAW. He goes over such issues as tint and temperature, as well as exposure and recovery, showcasing how the sliders behave when working with a JPEG image.

 

Processing non-RAW files

Processing non-RAW files

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About Total Training
Total Training is an industry leader of fun and innovative video training with a decade of experience producing award-winning tutorials. Users may choose to watch Total Training`s tutorials on DVD-ROM or access tutorials  24/7 via Total Training Online, the company`s recently released online subscription library.


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Justin Seeley is an Adobe Certified Photoshop Expert and graphic designer with nearly a decade of experience in the creative media industry. A recognized Photoshop trainer known for his straight-forward teaching style and creative prowess, his techniques have been featured on podcasts such as the Adobe Creative Suite podcast and Photoshop TV, and his tutorials have appeared in publications such as Digit magazine.
Related Keywords:digital imaging, digital photography, adobe bridge, photoshop cs3, image editing, camera raw, Adobe DNG

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