Help needed please

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Kevin, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. Kevin

    Kevin Guest

    I'm a relative novice to manipulation. I now have CS3 and have taken a few
    RAW images. Can anybody guide me on the process to get them into Photoshop
    so that I can edit them please?
     
    Kevin, Dec 13, 2008
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    Fred Guest

    I'm a relative novice to manipulation. I now have CS3 and have taken a few
    Depends on what camera you have.
    The latest camera's (Canon 5DII eg) don't work with CS3, you'll need CS4 for
    that,
    or the DNG 5.2 convertor (adobe.com do a search)
    But first update Photoshop (Help-Update..)
    You just might need a newer RAW-plugin.
     
    Fred, Dec 13, 2008
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    KatWoman Guest


    open bridge and navigate to the folder
    let it cache the thumbnails (it takes a little while)
    then double click one image or a list of images by using control key held
    down
    it should open the RAW dialog box

    (if it does not see above post)

    in that interface are sliders to adjust
    if you use select all >>synchronize it will adjust all the images at once
    or you can adjust one and then go back to the
    below the image is a link-- click it to choose what color space you want to
    work in and what size image you want to save if you want to save it
    or
    from there you can open them in PS for further work OR choose done and
    Bridge remembers the crop and adjusts
    so next time you open the pic in PS it will open the RAW dialog first

    other good thing I like you can edit and crop the images in Bridge and
    export to PS to make contact sheets
    good to show images already adjusted and cropped the way you want

    you can watch a slide show in Bridge
    and some other cool things
     
    KatWoman, Dec 13, 2008
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