Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2
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Page 26, Fourth Paragraph
However, if you're used to adjusting clipping in Photoshop's Levels, you'll find that the Exposure and Shadow controls in Camera Raw behave a bit differently from Levels' black and white input sliders, partly because the latter works on linear-gamma data rather than the gamma-corrected data that appears in Photoshop, partly because Camera Raw's Exposure slider can make negative as well as positive moves.

Should Read

However, if you're used to adjusting clipping in Photoshop's Levels, you'll find that the Exposure and Shadow controls in Camera Raw behave a bit differently from Levels' black and white input sliders, partly because the Camera Raw controls work on linear-gamma data rather than the gamma-corrected data that appears in Photoshop, partly because Camera Raw's Exposure slider can make negative as well as positive moves.


Page 84, Fifth Paragraph
Saturation. The Saturation slider acts like a gentler version of the Saturation slider in Photoshop's Hue/Saturation command. It offers somewhat finer adjustments than Hue/Saturation; but a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer allows you to fine-tune by varying the layer opacity, so as with Shadows, Brightness, and Contrast, it's pretty much a wash whether you make the adjustments in Camera Raw or in Photoshop.

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Saturation. The Saturation slider acts like a gentler version of the Saturation slider in Photoshop's Hue/Saturation command. It offers somewhat finer adjustments than Hue/Saturation; but a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer allows you to fine-tune by varying the layer opacity, so it's pretty much a wash whether you make the adjustments in Camera Raw or in Photoshop.


Page 99, Fifth paragraph, first sentence
Concentrate on the red (R3C1), green (R3C2), and blue (R3C3) patches in the target.

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Concentrate on the red (R3C3), green (R3C2), and blue (R3C1) patches in the target.



Page 107, Sidebar:
The High-Bit Advantage, third paragraph, first sentence.

If you're preparing images for the Web or you need to use a Photoshop feature such as Liquify that only works in 8 bit/channel mode, by all means go ahead and process the raw images to 8-bit channel files.

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If you're preparing images for the Web or you need to use a Photoshop feature such as Extract that only works in 8-bit/channel mode, by all means go ahead and process the raw images to 8-bit channel files.



Page 219, First Paragraph–Last Sentence
The status message reads "Generating filename preview"-see Figure 7-5.

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The status message reads "Getting filename preview"-see Figure 7-5.


Page 241, Third Bullet
* Point Bridge at that hard drive.

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* Point Bridge at that folder.


Page 272, Last Paragraph–First Sentence
Click Save to proceed to the JPEG Options dialog box, set the desired quality, set the Format Options to Baseline for maximum compatibility with JPEG-reading software, and then click OK.

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Click Save to proceed to the JPEG Options dialog box, set the desired quality, set the Format Options to Baseline (Standard) for maximum compatibility with JPEG-reading software, and then click OK.