Starting October 18th
Working With Camera RAW Images
More and more cameras today take and save images in the camera’s RAW format, rather than the standard JPEG format. Using the RAW format will generally result in a significantly higher quality image. Additionally, the RAW format provides more flexibility when editing the image.
In this class, we will use the Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) editor built into Photoshop Elements to enhance your RAW images. You will learn how to take advantage of many of the capabilities of the ACR, even if your camera only takes JPEG images.
During the class, we will cover taking RAW images, the ACR screens, its tools, and a suggested workflow when shooting and processing RAW images. After taking the class, you may discover that you prefer to use the ACR editor for much of your photo enhancing, even if you shoot only JPEG images.
You will be working with your own images in the course, either on one of our computers or your own laptop.
Thursdays 10:00-12:00 noon, beginning October 18, 2013 (5 Sessions)
To register for the class, please email Emily Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 310 544-5395. You can register on line by clicking on this link – CLICK HERE. Better yet drop by and visit Emily in person to register for a class. She is generally in the computing learning center office Monday through Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. However, this can vary, so it is best to give her a quick call first.