t or c revisited 1

Back to the archives this week. Instead of just pulling old stuff though, I reprocessed the RAW files to bring the look up to date. For a long time, I hated the way my digital photos looked. They were always just so… basic. I’m not a big Photoshop guy and want to spend as little time in there as possible. So with CS3 and ACR 4, I finally have the tools to do cool stuff I couldn’t do before in RAW. Nice thing about it is that it’s non-destructive. I can always go back the original boring old file.

One Response to “t or c revisited 1”

  1. JVL says:

    I agree, CS3 RAW gives me a lot more leverage on photos that I don't really want to dig deep into – granted, I'm kind of addicted to CS3's smart layers. But this too shall pass.

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