Learn the ins-and-outs of the Adobe Camera Raw features in Photoshop Elements 11.
Using Camera Raw
Tips, tricks and the basics on shooting in Raw and post-processing your images with Camera Raw and Elements.
Matt gives you some tips for sharpening your photos in Camera Raw.
Learn the tricks of the trade as Matt edits a waterfall photo, from start to finish, using Camera Raw and the Photoshop Elements Editor.
Learn some tips for shooting and processing your architectural photos.
Learn the tricks of the trade as Matt edits a landscape photo of the Washington coastline, from start to finish, using Camera Raw and the Photoshop Elements Editor.
Use the Spot Healing Brush, Camera Raw, Layer Masks and the Brush tool to smooth out skin tones.
Tips for taking your portraits from good to great using Camera Raw and Photoshop Elements.
Use adjustment layers, enhancement features and blend modes to recover detail, texture and color in your photos.
Shooting at a high ISO can be convenient and a necessary evil depending on your situation. However, once those images shot at 1600 ISO are loaded on the computer, the noise becomes almost overwhelming. Matt walks you through the wonders of Camera Raw’s amazing Noise Reduction panel to help you polish off your photos!
Follow along with Matt as he takes you through his complete editing process on a recent image, taken at The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.
In Elements 11, the Camera Raw dialog has changed a few of its sliders. However, Matt shows you how these new changes make for the best camera raw settings yet!
What happens when you take an image that appears too hazy to fix? Larry walks you through some easy steps to repair a foggy photo!
In another one of Matt’s great ‘How to Edit a Photo, Start to Finish’ videos, he takes you through how to edit an underexposed landscape photograph.
Matt takes you through his whole editing process, from taking the photo straight out of the camera to creating the finished product.
Push your edits further and save photos that might otherwise be ruined by shooting in your camera’s Raw mode. We’ll show you how to get started.
Elizabeth shows you two noise reduction techniques – one inside of the Camera Raw dialog and another inside of Elements.
Dave shows off another use for Adobe Camera Raw: enhancing a scan of an old photo.
Use the Masking slider inside Camera Raw’s Sharpening tab get the best possible sharpening–via an edge mask–before bringing your photo into Elements.
Mike uses three different images — landscape, portrait, and an underexposed photo — to illustrate how to work with the tools and sliders inside Camera Raw.