Photoshop In Depth: Camera Raw 2: Beyond the Basics, with Scott Kelby

Camera Raw Beyond the Basics with Scott Kelby

Camera Raw Beyond the Basics with Scott Kelby

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 00:18)

Lesson 2: Neutral Density Gradient (Duration 03:53)

Lesson 3: Contrast Curves (Duration 02:11)

Lesson 4: Restoring the Fill Light Slider (Duration 08:17)

Lesson 5: Sharpening (Duration 09:15)

Lesson 6: Noise Reduction (Duration 05:07)

Lesson 7: Auto Corrections (Duration 02:30)

Lesson 8: Cropping (Duration 03:50)

Lesson 9: Vignettes (Duration 06:44)

Lesson 10: Duotones (Duration 02:53)

Lesson 11: Working with Multiple Images (Duration 03:59)

Lesson 12: The Spot Removal Tool (Duration 03:36)

Lesson 13: Black & White (Duration 03:15)

Lesson 14: Lens Corrections (Duration 05:53)

Lesson 15: Double-Processing (Duration 03:23)

Lesson 16: Presets & Effects (Duration 06:51)

Lesson 17: Retouching (Duration 02:39)

Lesson 18: The Targeted Adjustment Tool (Duration 02:57)

Lesson 19: Chromatic Aberrations (Duration 01:54)

Lesson 20: Workflow Options (Duration 08:53)

Lesson 21: Conclusion (Duration 00:30)

Meet Your Instructor: Scott Kelby

Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, is also the original “Photoshop Guy”, is the Cofounder and CEO of Kelby Media Group, the editor and publisher of Photoshop User…

3 Comments

  1. Good course, Scott. One warning, however, about a tip in Lesson 12: The Spot Removal Tool. You suggest using synch to take care of spots on many images with one click. The potential problem is that the synch action may make some poor choices for some of the many images. Some of the shots may be landscapes, some may be portraits. Some of those synched selections may cause part of an eyeball to be copied to the center of a nose (as you mentioned earlier in the lesson). While the tip may save time, I'd say the possibility of unintended consequences is too high for me.

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