The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop (2nd Revised edition)

The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop (2nd Revised edition)

By: Jeff Schewe (author)Paperback

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Shooting in the raw format gives digital photographers complete control over every aspect of image quality. The Digital Negative is devoted exclusively to the topic and shows you how to make the most of that control to extract the best-possible raw rendering of your digital negatives and to use Photoshop to achieve the highest quality in your images. In this update of his best-selling book, renowned photographer and author Jeff Schewe outlines a foolproof process for working with these digital negatives and presents his real-world expertise on optimizing raw images. You'll learn hands-on techniques for exposing and shooting for raw image capture and developing a raw processing workflow, as well as Photoshop techniques for perfecting the master image, converting color to black and white, and processing for panoramic and HDR images. This second edition covers all the major updates and new features in Camera Raw, Lightroom, and Photoshop, such as GPU acceleration, Radial Filters, Pano Merge, and more. *Get the best tone and color from your digital negatives.*Use Lightroom and Camera Raw sharpening controls to maximize image quality.*Produce stunning black and white images.* Learn how to remove people from photos in Photoshop using Smart Objects and Layer Blending.*Use HDR in Camera Raw and Lightroom.*And much more! Visit the book's companion website at TheDigitalNegativeBook.com for sample images and more.

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About Author

Jeff Schewe is an award winning professional advertising photographer and digital imaging pioneer. Based in Chicago, he teaches and leads workshops and is a member of the Photoshop Hall of Fame at Photoshop World. Jeff coauthored Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Real World Image Sharpening with Adobe Photoshop, Camera Raw, and Lightroom.

Contents

The Digital Negative Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop Jeff Schewe Table of Contents Chapter 1 What Is a Digital Negative? Dissecting a Digital Negative Raw versus JPEG Camera Sensor Types Attributes of a Digital Negative Linear capture Digital exposure ETTR Sensor noise and ISO speed Colorimetric interpretation Metadata Bit Depth Raw vs. JPEG Photographic Aspects of a Digital Negative Shutter speed Lens aperture Lens aberrations Sensor resolution Chapter 2 Adobe Raw Image Processing: An Overview The Genesis of Camera Raw The Genesis of Lightroom The Bridge, Camera Raw, and Photoshop System Bridge Camera Raw Plug-in Photoshop The Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop The Camera Raw Smart Object in Photoshop The Lightroom Way The Relationship of Camera Raw and Lightroom Versions Subscription License Perpetual License Color Management between Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop DNG File Format and DNG Converter To DNG or not to DNG? Adobe DNG Converter Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Lightroom and Camera Raw Lightroom and Camera Raw Defaults Lightroom and Camera Raw Functionality The Histogram Lightroom and Camera Raw Adjustment Panels Basic panel Tone Curve panel HSL/Color/B&W panel Split Toning panel Detail panel Lens Corrections panel Effect panel Camera Calibration panel Lightroom and Camera Raw Tools Lightroom and Camera Raw Crop tools Lightroom and Camera Raw Spot Removal Tools Local Adjustments in Lightroom and Camera Raw Adjustment Brush Graduated Filter Radial Filter Filter Brush Soft Proofing in Camera Raw and Lightroom Presets in Camera Raw and Lightroom Snapshots in Camera Raw and Lightroom Virtual Copies in Lightroom Chapter 4 Advanced Raw Processing using Lightroom or Camera Raw Tone Mapping Flat lighting High-contrast lighting Blown skies Inclement weather Under exposure Backlit subjects Color Correction While balance (global) White balance (local) Color Curves Color Split toning Color gradients HSL color corrections Lens colorcast corrections Color to Black-and-White Conversions Adjusting the panchromatic response Warm toning Split toning Color toning and spot of color Optimized B&W tone mapping Color toning using color curves Maximizing Image Detail High-frequency edge sharpening Low-frequency edge sharpening Mixed-frequency edge sharpening Balancing sharpening and noise reduction Chapter 5 Deploying Photoshop to Perfect your Digital Negatives Getting Images into Photoshop A Typical Edit in Photoshop Color Range selection tool Creative progressive sharpening Midtone contrast Sculpting Saturation and Color layer modifications Blue edge fix Retouching Healing Brush and Clone Stamp tools Copy-and-paste patching Retouching using painting Using paths to make selections Compositing Multiple Images Creating the composite mask Compositing the sky Luminance-based masks Using the Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop Convert to Smart Filter The Camera Raw Filter Color to Black and White in Photoshop Photomerge for Panoramic Stitching Merge to HDR Pro Processing HDR for Lightroom and Camera Raw tone mapping Focus Stacking Chapter 6 Creating an Efficient Workflow Workflow Principles Do things once Do things automatically Be methodical The Five Workflow Stages Stage 1: Image ingestion Stage 2: Image verification Stage 3: Preproduction Stage 4: Production Stage 5: Postproduction My personal workflow Field workflow Studio workflow How I Organize My Images My Digital Imaging Area Performance Tuning Your System Photoshop performance Lightroom performance

Product Details

  • publication date: 27/08/2015
  • ISBN13: 9780134033174
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 336
  • ID: 9780134033174
  • weight: 710
  • ISBN10: 0134033175
  • edition: 2nd Revised edition

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