Give mono shots a creative twist by mimicking a striking split-tone effect in Photoshop CS3(or above)’s RAW editor. In the traditional darkroom, split-tone effects are applied to images using a combination of chemicals to tint different tonal areas, such as shadows and highlights. This can be created using Photoshop, and is a great way to… Continue reading
Your at-a-glance guide to the latest goodies in Adobe’s RAW editor The latest incarnation of Adobe’s RAW editor sees some exciting new features. It’s now even easier to tackle tonal problems thanks to tools such as the Fill Light slider (more about that later). The new tools may be familiar to Adobe Lightroom users, as… Continue reading
Most cameras on the market can shoot in RAW, and even the smallest compact has to shoot RAW before it can process JPEGs.