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Apr 17, 2017 06:29 |  #1

Before I got Photoshopp CC I oly used Camera RAW for pre processing. However, the ability to call up ACR during post processing is a huge advantage - especially as I can apply it to selected parts of my images. The most used operations are (a) change color temperature and (b) haze reduction. Both were used in for the images here. N.B. I usually feather my selection before tweaking anything.

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Apr 17, 2017 06:32 |  #2

For comparison, here is the 0EV shot from #1 and the HDR image before post processing.

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Apr 17, 2017 06:37 |  #3

Thanks for sharing Martin - this is very interesting. I'm still using old CS5 so I don't know much at all about CC. Typically I'll make my initial global adjustments in ACR and then final tweaks in a TIFF file. Are you saying that once you are in the final stages of a PS file you can still make RAW adjustments to that finished file?


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Apr 17, 2017 06:45 |  #4

sapearl wrote in post #18330065 (external link)
Thanks for sharing Martin - this is very interesting. I'm still using old CS5 so I don't know much at all about CC. Typically I'll make my initial global adjustments in ACR and then final tweaks in a TIFF file. Are you saying that once you are in the final stages of a PS file you can still make RAW adjustments to that finished file?

Yes, all the Camera RAW adjustment tools are available while working on your final TIF without leaving Photoshop.


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Yes, all the Camera RAW adjustment tools are available while working on your final TIF without leaving Photoshop.

Sounds pretty cool; so if I understand this correctly I can be inside my TIFF and also have available (from some submenu?) the old ACR color temperature slider, adjust that, and see the finished TIFF change temp before my eyes? I do admit that is a nice feature, although still not enough to get me to pay $10 - $20/month.


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Apr 17, 2017 07:25 |  #6

sapearl wrote in post #18330076 (external link)
Sounds pretty cool; so if I understand this correctly I can be inside my TIFF and also have available (from some submenu?) the old ACR color temperature slider, adjust that, and see the finished TIFF change temp before my eyes? I do admit that is a nice feature, although still not enough to get me to pay $10 - $20/month.

Yes, you access it from the Filters drop-down menu. It's illustrated here: http://f64academy.com/​first-look-at-what-is-new-in-photoshop-cc (external link)/


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