Digital photography is not just for professionals. Whether you have a collection of digital images amassed for various client or projects, using stock images you are going to need to develop the skill of refining, archiving and preserving for posterity. Photoshop has a multitude of tools for importing, editing and archiving digital photographs.
About camera raw
Processing camera raw photos
Adjusting white balance and exposure
3 main file formats
JPEG The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) file format is commonly used to display photographs and other continous tone RGB images on the World Wide Web. JPEG formats retains all the colour information in an image but compresses file size by selectively discarding data. The greater compresseion, the lower the image quality, and vice versa.
TIFF The Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) is used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms. TIFF is a flexible file format supported by virtually all file editing applications. Also virtually all desktop scanners can produce TIFF images.
PSD The Photoshop format (PSD) is the default format. Because of the tight intergration between other Adobe applications such as Illustrator, InDesign, and Adobe Muse can directly import PSD files and preserve many of the Photoshop features.
About file formats
Making shadow /highlight adjustments
Correcting red eye
Creating a PDF portfolio
Simon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment
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