3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 22, 2013 2:16 AM by Andrew_Hart

    New Camera RAW Tutorial Series

    Trevor.Dennis Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)

      John Nack has just blogged about a new Camera RAW tutorial series by George Jardine. 

       

      http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2013/12/25-new-video-tutorials-on-camera-raw.html

       

      It cost $30 which does not sound much, but I'd love to hear feedback from anyone who has seen it.

       

      You can read more details at

      http://mulita.com/blog/?page_id=6934

       

      Including a link to a 17 minute free chapter.

        • 1. Re: New Camera RAW Tutorial Series
          Jeff Schewe Level 5

          George is an excellent presenter...and he should be! He spent time at Adobe on the Lightroom staff (in the early days) and contributed in the development of a lot of LR's feature set and functionality. So, if you like targets tutorials, George has some excelent ones (new ones come all the time). On the other hand, if you like books, well I have a couple you might like :~)

          • 2. Re: New Camera RAW Tutorial Series
            Trevor.Dennis Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)

            Thanks Jeff.  Some one has left positive feedback on the post in John nack's blog as well, so it's looking good.

            http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2013/12/25-new-video-tutorials-on-camera-raw.html#comments

            • 3. Re: New Camera RAW Tutorial Series
              Andrew_Hart Level 2

              Thank you, Trevor.

               

              I've been waiting and hoping that George would do a series on the latest Camera Raw to match his tutorials on Lightroom, which he always does first.

               

              I purchased his series on ACR 6 and they were excellent, so I have every faith that his new series on ACR 8.3 in CC (which also covers ACR 8.3 and ACR 7.x in CS6) will be just as good.

               

              So far I have watched the first 6 tutorials (ending with the one on the Basic Tab) and they are pretty good.

               

              One of the bonuses is that along the way he gives you links to further in-depth totorials on his Website regarding particular topics: eg, the interaction of, and different ways of manipulating, the Highlights/Shadows and Whites/Blacks sliders for particular types of images. Looking forward to viewing those.

               

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