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Part-5 Master Adobe camera Raw for Professional Raw Image Retouching for Beginners

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Part 5 Introduction

      1:35

    • 2.

      1-Camera Calibration Part 1-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      5:20

    • 3.

      2- Camera Calibration Part 2-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      4:16

    • 4.

      3- Dehaze Option In Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      3:30

    • 5.

      4- Adding Grains in Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      3:02

    • 6.

      5-Adding Vignette Effect In Adobe Camera Raw -Master Adobe Camera Raw

      5:38

    • 7.

      6-Presets And Snapshot Panel In Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      3:27

    • 8.

      7-Presets And Snapshot Panel In Adobe Camera Raw Part-2-Master Adobe Camera Raw

      1:23

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Welcome to the Part-5th of the Course Master Adobe Camera Raw for Professional  Raw Image Retouching!

In this Part You will learn Different options available in 4 main Panels of the Adobe Camera Raw:-

  • Camera Calibration Panel
  • Effects Panel 
  • Presets Panel and
  • Snapshot Panel

Using Camera Calibration Adjustment Panel, you can Calibrate the same colours and Tones to the entire shoot .

You can create different Professional Effects using the Effects Panel, which includes the Adjustment options like Dehaze, Adding or Removing Grains and Adding Vignette effect which is most popular with the Wedding Images.

AND with the Presets and Snapshot Panel in Adobe Camera Raw, you can save a lot of time as it gives you the 1 click Raw Image Retouching workflow. So, if this sounds interesting then go ahead and take a dive into this Part. 

GO AHEAD AND ENROLL IN THIS CLASS!

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1. Part 5 Introduction: Welcome to the course, Master Adobe Camera for professional raw image retouching. This is part of the course. In this part, we will explore various editing controlled within Adobe Camera Raw. First of all, we'll explore the camera calibration panel. Second, ethics or the effects panel. Third, the presets panel. And finally, number four, the snapshots panel. First of all, you will learn what is camera calibration and how to use it. You will also get to know whether the camera calibration is Walter the time and effort it takes. Then we will explore the effects or the effects panel, which contains where it is editing controlled for Dehaze grains and vignette options. Then we will explore the presets and the snapshots panel, which are very useful for one-click image retouching workflow to save you are done of times. Sound interesting. Join this course. I will see you inside the course. 2. 1-Camera Calibration Part 1-Master Adobe Camera Raw : Welcome to this lecture. In this lecture, we'll be taking a look at the camera calibration panel in Adobe Camera Raw. First of all, as you can see, one option we have is off the process. So at the moment, 2012 is my default process. And if I click this drop-down menu, it is showing me the front option, 20102003. My camera is using the current process online. So it is basically the processing which your camera uses to produce the colors and the tones in the image. So at the moment, my camera is the modern camera. So it is using the current process. But if you are using the older camera than it might have been 2010 or 2033 for you. Alright, what it is and how it works. Let me zoom in to show you. If I choose 2010, you'll see it has less contrast a little bit. I don't know whether you are able to see it or not, but it has slightest of control. This is 2010, this is 2012, and this is 2003. It has even less contrast. All right? This is how contrast and colors are produced based on this process. Alright? So in most cases I would recommend that you choose the current process. And that way you will have more natural colors, Alright? Unless you want these effects, some faded looks than you can on for these processes as well. So I'll go for the current 2012 and let me zoom in. And from here we have the camera profiles. If you are shooting with the Nikon camera, then you might be having these different options which are available within your camera. Like these are short shooting modes. Camera, Landscape, camera, neutral, portraits, portraits, shooting mode, standard mode and the vivid model. Or we can even choose those as well. Like move it, it has more contrast. Standard, it is very flat. Portrait. It is even more flat. Camera neutral and camera landscape. It has more contrast and more saturation. As you can see. This how Adobe Standard and Gamma oil NCAA more saturation and more contrast. So you can opt for these as well. But I would go for the Adobe Standard. We have certain other options over here. So first weekend edges see shadows. So if I click and drag it to us, The site, it is going to introduce the purple color. And if I drag it to us, see this green side, it is going to introduce the tent off. Green. Double-click it and leave it to the default. And then we have some red primary, red primary, green primary, and blue-gray family. So this is basically made of three colors, red, green, and blue, which is called the RGB image. We can even adjust to the hues and saturation, or four, each tree of the colors. With the red, I can change it to pink and towards the orange, alright? If I want and saturation, I can increase the saturation or lower the saturation of the red color. With the green primary. You can edit just as well. It's hue. If I take it to us, the yellow side, you can see the grass and this is a statue of the Buddha. You can add the saturation or lower down the saturation of the green colors as well. Similarly, we have the option of the blue. I can adjust the blue sliders to give it a hue of purple or blue or Skype. And we can adjust the saturation as well. Alright? And if you just double-click it, it is going to go for its default position. Alright? You can do that as well. If you want to. There is one more use of the camera calibration option. Let me show you. Let me first cancel it. 3. 2- Camera Calibration Part 2-Master Adobe Camera Raw: This is basically color card and this color card, how it is used. So you take a picture of the scholar card in the lighting environment. And then you can bring in over here. And now you can open it in Adobe Camera Raw and overhead. Then it would be opened, come to the camera calibration. And from here, you can choose again, different options. All right? But how this basically works and how it is helpful if you come over here on the color sampler tool, which we have discussed in earlier chapters or earlier lectures of this course. We have not, I have not told you much about this. If I click it over here and we can sample different colors, different colors like this one, this one, white, yellow, any color. We can take the sample of that. So basically we can choose most of the nine colors. You can choose which colors your amaze have. Okay? So most of the time, like depending on the clothing, skin, and environment or the background, you can choose different options and different colors based on your images. And thereafter, what you can do, you can come over here and then you can click and you can save this setting. That way. You can save that setting and the venue or press Save. So it is going to show you this saved setting options. So you can choose all these settings, or We're like white balance or basics, or parametric curves. We have all these different options. You can choose them and you can save that. Okay? So what it is going to done, you can rename it like anything. Color, profile, shrew one. What it is going to do that whenever you are going to open an image and you want to apply that setting or that camera calibration. You can easily do that by going over here and select load profile, node setting. Or it would be available over here for you after we have saved that preset. Now that would be available for us to apply on any amazed by clicking on this menu option and going overhead applied please it, and this would be available over here. So with this one single click weekend camera calibrate all our entire shoot or entirely amazes, which was short within the same lighting conditions. So we can choose color profile shoot one. That is going to adjust that for us. Alright? So this is how, this is how we can use the camera calibration option within the Adobe Camera Raw. But my take on the camera calibration option is that I would recommend that you simply choose the process current. And that's fine. Most of the time, it works perfectly fine. And you don't have to go into all these options. Or do you can do you can adjust the temperature in the Basic panel to get the desired result. And the result is not worth the time and effort it takes to go into all these settings. And it does not make that much of a difference as well. So you can choose the proper white balance with the help of this. Alright, so thank you so much. See you in the next lecture. In the next lecture we'll be taking a look at the presets panel. 4. 3- Dehaze Option In Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw : Welcome to this lecture. In this lecture, we are going to learn all about the efforts or the effects panel in Adobe Camera Raw. Meanwhile, I have updated my camera raw filter to 9.7. As you can see over here, it was Camera Raw eight. But you don't have to worry. Not much has been changed into this interface. Only the color has become darker. And one more option of D Hayes has been added over here. Dehaze is basically helpful when you have some kind of a haze or the fog into your image. Most of the time it is available in the landscape images where you are not able to see something. Because if you have taken that short in the morning or add up play or at a time where there was a fork president. So with the help of this D Hayes, You can remove or in Greece that his amount, as you can see, this is the slider. If I drag it towards the plus size, you can see it has removed that haze. Alright? Even if there was a light and it is considering that light as a haze and it has, you can see I made this sky very sharp on, and this one also. Alright, but this does not look good because I've gone to the extreme. That is plus a 100 in this amazed. Thankfully, we don't have any haze. But it Camera Raw considers this light as the haze. And that's why I tried to fix that. As you can see, if I want, I can make the subtle change. Alright? And if I take it to us, this site, it is going to introduce the face. So this is what I was talking about when I said that there was a haze. Most of the time in landscape images where there are mountains and sometimes in the early in the city, if you are taking that short in the winter or the foggy morning, then you'll get this haze. With the help of thirds. You can increase or reduce that haze depending on your desired result. What it basically does, it basically introduced to the contrast to the image. And by doing that, it removes that. And if I drag it to the left side, it is going to take away the contrast from the image and that would make this full or has more intense. So this is how this slider works. This is a new introduction which has been added to the latest camera roll 9.7, and the same has also been added to the Lightroom. Okay. Thank you so much. See you in the next lecture. In the next lecture we'll be taking a look at the grains panel. 5. 4- Adding Grains in Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw: Welcome to this lecture. In this lecture we'll be learning about the grains options within the ethics panel or defects funnel of adobe Camera row. As you can see over here, we have the options of who greens. Let me show you what does green sliders does. Let me zoom into 100%. And as you can see, the movement, we have little grains and this image is all very good quality. But sometimes we want to emulate the film look. And in that film look or film era, there was lots of gray and available in the image. So with the help of this weekend, add those green to our amazes. So let me show you. If I increase this. You can see it has started increasing the green or the noise in our MAs. And if I go to the extreme, you can see 100%. You can see amaze has lots of grain and noise. Alright, man data is not recommended, but if you want to achieve that, look, you can do that. But it is always recommended that you make it so that it looks unnatural and wonderful. Okay. This is only the small amount adding to it, and you can choose the size as well. Let me show you, let me just increase it. And with the help of this size, you can increase the size of these grains. And if I go away extreme to 100%, it has made them very large. And if I go to 0%, as you can see, these grains have become very small, alright? Always keep it something around here. And next option is off roughness. And if I increase this slider towards the right, you can see it had made it more rough and on the left side it has made it more smoother. So keep it to the default position that is 50. And make the size a little bit smaller. And green to something around five to ten, or depending on the image or desired result you want to have. But for this image, I think is working perfectly fine. So this is how we can add the green and emulate the film look to our amazing. So thank you so much. See you in the next lecture. In the next lecture we'll be taking a look at the post growth vignetting panel. 6. 5-Adding Vignette Effect In Adobe Camera Raw -Master Adobe Camera Raw: Welcome to this lecture. In this lecture we'll be taking a look at the Postgres financing options in Adobe Camera Raw. And we are at the moment using the camera row 957. But you don't have to worry if you are having the older version of the Adobe Camera Raw because it's almost the same. We have the option of post crop vignetting. And first over here, we have some styles and at the moment it is grayed out. We'll come to that later on. Alright, I'll show you later on. So first of all, we have the option of amount. From here, we have these sliders towards see black and towards the white. So we can adjust these sliders to add a vignette to our image. Let me put in the view. And if I drag these sliders to us, the white side, it is going to introduce the white vignette or bothered to our image. This is basically useful, very useful for the wedding photographs because this effect is being used in photographs of weddings. All right, so if you want to achieve that, you can choose that as well. End moment, we have done this to take a look at the styles. Now we have these styles available. We can drop down this menu and now we have highlight priority option and color priority options and paint overlay stuff. These are different styles of which has been pre-built evidence the post growth we knitting option. And if I drag it to us, the left side or the dewars, the black side. Now, we have some other options like Highlight Priority and color priority. Those are basically the same. But it to pull, it would make the changes according to the colors we have selected ahead and add the moment we have opted for the black color. It is going to give us the same results. If you don't want to adjusted according to your own liking. But if you want to go for the styles or the presets, then you can choose these sliders. As you can see, this one is very intense and this one is medium. And this one is very subtle. Or you can choose whatever you like, or you can use the sliders to adjust or get the desired result. Thereafter. Let me first show you over here. And second option is midpoint. So you can adjust the midpoint, as you can notice over here, this wide midpoint has been shrinking. Moment I drag this slider is towards the left side. And if I drag it to the right side, this midpoint is increasing. You can make the midpoint bigger or smaller depending on your desired result or what you want to achieve. And next is the roundness. So with the help of this, you can adjust the downness as you can see if I drag it to us right side, it has made it Verdi, don't. And if I take it towards the left side, you can see it has made it square. If I take it in the middle, you can see now it has some old shape. All right, so you can adjust the midpoint as well and then you can see downness. Alright? It is somewhat similar. You can adjust the downness, alright? And if I drag it to us this side, you can see the loudness as becomes squared. And over here it is overall and all hear it totally round. Alright? So leave it default to 0% to add the position. Next option is our feeder. And if you drag it to the left side, you can see now we don't have any feathers, so feathering is 0 if either is basically how this as is most of the rest of the image. If you want to make it so clear, alright? You can opt for 0 feeder. And if you want to register it, you can drag the slider to the right side, okay? And this way we have 100% feeder. You can choose that as well. But let it be 50 for the better results. Unless you want something different, then you can edit your stat. Alright, so again, you can choose the nephron presets if you want, and you can get the result you want. Alright. Thank you so much. See you in the next lecture. In the next lecture, we'll be taking a look at the camera calibration panel in Adobe Camera Roll. 7. 6-Presets And Snapshot Panel In Adobe Camera Raw-Master Adobe Camera Raw: Welcome to this lecture. In this lecture we're taking a look at the presets panel. What are the presets and how we can use them. So as you can see at the moment in this image, we have made some changes. And now we want to save that presets or the same settings. And we want to apply that same setting to the different images of the same short or the same short. So what we can do, we can come over here and select save setting. And it is going to ask us whether we want to save all these settings like we did in the camera calibration. We can choose all these and press Save. Or you can choose the Apply Auto Tone adjustment. If you want to. Then you can save it. You can rename it to whatever you want, like XYZ. Now this would be available over here or as XY jet. And now let me just press Alt and moment I press Alt, this option of Cancel turns into reset. So if I click it, it's going to reset everything for us. Similarly for all the panels. All right, so it has a reset everything. And now if I go to the preset panel and click this XYZ, see just one single click. We have made the same adjustment to this image and now let me open another image of the same. So if I just double-click it and open it, first of all, I need to cancel it and open this one. And now under the presets, I can click XY g. And it is going to apply the same settings. Since this has a exposure differences. So I can adjust that exposure. And let me show you with another image of the same lighting like this one. And I open it and come over to the presets panel and select XY. And you can see it has applied the same setting to this amazing as well. So using this weekend save a lot of our post-processing time and it gives us the same look as well. If you want to keep the consistent look to all of your images, you can do that with the help of this one. And let me open this one image. Another remains. And first of all, let me cancel it and open this one again. Go to the preset and select XY g. And boom, the same settings and the same local with just one single click. You can use these presets panel. 8. 7-Presets And Snapshot Panel In Adobe Camera Raw Part-2-Master Adobe Camera Raw: And second is of the snapshot. What it basically does, you can take a picture of your current editing state. Like at the moment, this setting has been applied. So if I click this icon or new layer, like icon, I can say final edit. And it is going to available over here for us. Next, let me make something this something very dramatic and create a new preset or the snapshot and we color blue, or maybe something like that. Now, if I click on the final edit, it is going to give me that result. And if I click on the blue hour, it is going to give me that. I can take the different snapshots while editing. And I can finally, when I'm done with everything, I can choose which one looks good, all right, and then I can choose that look. This is how these snapshots walk or you, if you want, you can delete it as well. Click here and select this Delete button, and it is going to delete that for us. So thank you so much.