with Scott Kelby
Get up to speed with the new Camera Raw interface! Join Scott Kelby as he gets you fully oriented on the completely refreshed interface in Adobe Camera Raw. Scott starts off with a... READ MORE
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Mastering the New Camera Raw Environment
with Scott Kelby
Get up to speed with the new Camera Raw interface! Join Scott Kelby as he gets you fully oriented on the completely refreshed interface in Adobe Camera Raw. Scott starts off with a look back at Camera Raw’s origins to provide some context for this new look, then methodically moves through all the important aspects that you need to know to work more efficiently than ever before. This is not a class on complete editing with Camera Raw, but Scott does provide some examples for how things work (and refers you to other classes to learn more) in this new environment. By the end of the class you’ll understand where to find all of your favorite tools, feel comfortable with the new interface, and ready to get to work. BUY COURSE
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lesson 1: A Little History for Context (free course preview)
Join Scott as he introduces the class and provides some historical context for the new changes to the ACR interface.
lesson 2: Introducing the New Interface
Starting in Bridge, Scott opens a photo in ACR to start getting oriented.
lesson 3: Exploring the Basic Panel
Scott takes a quick tour of the Basic panel in ACR.
lesson 4: Making Panels Work
Learn about the interface controls that make your workflow more efficient.
lesson 5: Panel Name Changes
A few of the panels have been renamed. Scott provides the map to find your way around.
lesson 6: Tool Panel Changes
In previous versions of ACR the Tool panel was along the top of the interface, but now it has moved to the side.
lesson 7: Before and After
Get up to speed on the Before and After view functions.
lesson 8: Local Hue Adjustment
A new feature in ACR is the ability to shift colors selectively using any of the local adjustment tools.
lesson 9: Saving and Exporting
Learn how to save out your changes when the editing is done.
lesson 10: Closing Tips
In this last lesson, Scott goes through all of the little odds and ends you need to know.
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meet  Scott Kelby
Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, is also the original "Photoshop Guy", is the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference, Training Director and instructor for KelbyOne Live Seminars, and author of a string of bestselling technology and photography books.
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