Recorded on May 10, 2013
Camera Raw is a common function on most digital cameras, yet few have delved into this simple tool for producing some of the fastest and sharpest photos for print or online. The Adobe Camera Raw plug-in has been available as early as Photoshop 7 and we want to spend this session taking away the mystery and exploring the benefits of this feature. You will learn how to quickly and easily correct pictures plagued by:
- over/under exposure
- color casts
- incorrect white balance
- poor contrast
- and much more as there is no shortage of bad photos
Hopefully, we had you at “quickly and easily”! Take a short break and join us to learn how a readily accessible tool can improve your photos.
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Lisa Griffin is a popular trainer at Macintosh training events around the United States and is recognized as a pioneer in the areas of computer pagination and remote printing methods for newspapers. She is the IT publishing specialist for Boone Newspapers and a staff member at the University of Tennessee/Tennessee Press Association Institute for Newspaper Technology. Griffin has conducted group training for press associations and newspapers on topics such as Mac Troubleshooting, Adobe InDesign, Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Pagination, and PDF file creation.
Since 1983, Griffin has provided consultation, training and support to newspapers as well as other markets. Advances in technology over the past 20 years for the newspaper industry have been both exciting and often challenging. Bringing this information through training sessions directly to people in the production process continues to be a priority. Attendees will find the material to be interesting, informative and applicable to their everyday workload.