Bridge Workflow for Automating the
Color Correction of Camara Raw File Shoots

This training video covers

A. Instantly apply Camera Raw Settings from one image to many others
B. Creating default starting Camera Settings for Final Color Correction
C. Basic Exposure and Shadow settings for final Raw
D. Fixing Chromatic Aberration
E. Applying those same settings to other images selected in Bridge.
F. Using Synchronize to open multiple images into Camera Raw set general adjustments then custom tweak each image
G. Using Grouped Adjustment layers to correct multiple images then how to quickly customize each one.
H. Creating an Action by recording a sequence of events to set up the group of layers to correct multiple images.
I. How to run a Batch on many images where the files are left in Photoshop or saved to a folder when finished.
J. Downloading and setting up the new ArtistryPhotographyMenus, for free, to customize your Photoshop CS2 menus to make them more efficient to use for Photographers


Click on CameraRawSmarrtObjects below to download and try our free 8 minute video that shows you how to embed Camera Raw files into Photoshop CS2 layers as Smart Objects. This is a great new feature of Photoshop CS2 that I originally learned about from Artistry co-author Sean Duggan.


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This page last modified on 12/16/05