Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith creates iconic portraits of the famous and infamous for magazines, books and advertising.
He has appeared on The X Factor, Fine Living Network and Israel Channel One and exhibited at the Library of Congress and the Aperture Gallery.
Firmware updating is a very simple operation, but there are certain precautions you need to follow to do it successfully.
In this chapter, we'll look at the Camera Raw controls in excruciating detail.
Camera Raw can start working as soon as you point Bridge at a folder full of raw images, creating thumbnails and previews.
But its real power is in the degree of control and flexibility it offers in converting raw images to RGB.
Unless you're being paid by the hour, you'll want to take advantage of Camera Raw's ability to synchronize edits between multiple images and to save settings and subsets of settings that you can apply to multiple images in Bridge without actually launching Photoshop, or even opening the images in Camera Raw.
But before you can run, you must learn to walk—and before you can batch-process images with Camera Raw, you need to learn how to deal with them one at a time.