- Taschenbuch: 480 Seiten
- Verlag: Pearson Education (Us); Auflage: 1 (20. Juli 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0321713095
- ISBN-13: 978-0321713094
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2 x 23,4 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 2 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 549.976 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS5 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. Juli 2010
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Today serious photographers shoot raw images only. "Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop "was the first book devoted exclusively to the topic, explaining the advantages and challenges of using Adobe Camera Raw to produce magnificent images. "Real World Camera Raw in Adobe Photoshop CS5" keeps pace with new directions in digital photography and raw image processing. Jeff Schewe, a contributor to the development of Adobe Camera Raw from its beginnings, updates Bruce Fraser's bestselling book with insider knowledge of how new features let photographers optimize and convert images for the best results in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
Hands-on techniques show readers how to expose and shoot for raw image capture as well as use features such as the Adjustment Brush and the Graduated Filter and the new and improved Noise Reduction, Perspective Crop, and automatic Lens Correction. Readers will also learn how to use the latest version of Adobe Bridge to manage the thousands of images--and gigabytes of data--that result from shooting in raw.
Builds on the latest version of Camera Raw to extend control over your digital camera's raw file format to produce the best quality images.Shows you how to take advantage of new features in Adobe Bridge CS5 to select, sort, annotate, and edit thousands of raw images quickly and efficiently.Guides you in developing an efficient raw workflow incorporating Adobe Photoshop CS5, Camera Raw 6, and Bridge CS5
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Jeff Schewe is a professional advertising photographer and digital imaging pioneer who has advised on and contributed to the development of Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Photoshop to the extent that his name has appeared in the software's acknowledgements. Until his death in 2006, Bruce Fraser had been an internationally known author, consultant, and speaker on the topics of digital imaging and color reproduction. His many bestselling books included Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop, Real World Adobe Photoshop, Real World Image Sharpening and Real World Color Management.
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Wer überlegt neben Photoshop CS5 auch Lightroom anzuschaffen und zu benutzen, sollte vorher dieses Buch durcharbeiten. Er wird feststellen, dass Lightroom (nach der Einführung des DNG-Format mit integrierten XMP-Daten) im Grunde nicht mehr wirklich notwendig ist. Mir ist es auf jeden Fall keine weiteren 300 € wert. Ich komme mit Bridge, Camera Raw und CS5 vollkommen aus.
Jeff Schewe führt das Vermächtnis seines viel zu früh verstorbenen CO-Autor und Freunds Bruce Fraser, in das nächste "Zeitalter" von Adobe Photoshop: Das Zeitalter des CS5.
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The organization, clarity of writing, and the full round trip from big-picture overview of concepts to the details of *how* to do operations are just magnificently done. While this is a book on specifically Camera Raw 6, the first couple of chapters are broad applicability to any digital photographer who wants to understand where the data in a digital image comes from (it's not very intuitive), how it is processed within the camera (surprisingly complex), and what needs to be processed externally and how the data and metadata in the image affects all steps of image processing. The tradeoffs of RAW vs. processed/compressed images (JPEG) are well addressed in a reasonably unbiased fashion.
I have about half a dozen books on various topics related to Lightroom, color, workflow, and so on, and Real World Camera Raw (RWCR) far outshines all of them in both breadth and depth of useful, practical techniques. Every feature of Camera Raw is covered, not as a checklist but with very clear emphasis on the things that are most important and always within the context of why and what is going on with the data. Short passing mentions of less important or duplicated functions don't clutter the book and keep the reader focused on the key concepts and techniques. The goal of the book is to equip the reader with the conceptual framework, the understanding of the important questions and tradeoffs, all the way down to the specific techniques, that make for the best possible image file to feed into the next stage of processing. In the case of a Lightroom user like myself, that "final stage" is actually the end result -- the printed, displayed, or shared image, so to a large extent RWCR is an absolutely outstanding "Missing Lightroom Manual", far and away the best I've seen.
I particularly enjoyed the clarity of discussion of how the basic tone controls impact the available data in the image, and the resulting observation that photos should be just slightly overexposed to maximize the information that can be produced. The discussions of sharpening and noise reduction are also very well done, and these features in Lightroom 3 (or, Camera Raw 6) are particularly well evolved.
After reading RWCR you will have a firm grasp of how to approach optimizing the quality of each image, whether you are a beginning or advanced Lightroom 3 or Camera Raw 6 user. Hats off to the authors for an outstanding work with immediately useful information on almost every page.
If you really want to understand the Camera Raw image editing software, I think you should try to find a book that targets a hobbyist in digital photography who is looking to find technique for creating his images as close as possible to professional ones as we do not deal with thousands of images on a weekly basis and really do not need all these organizing and special strategic workflow skills to save some time.
I wasn't sure if this was the latest available version, but it's certainly up to date. Only the latest features in e.g. 7.3 and 7.4 ACR are not covered, but there is enough meat here to go a long way.
I use CS6 and sometimes CS4. But this book is directly applicable to both and well worth a very detailed read if you are exploring how to use these powerful tools.