Tag Archives: ACR

How to crop with ACR or PS

Wanting to know how to use the power of Photoshop for a simple task like cropping? It’s as simple as opening it up in ACR first. See the Basics of cropping in Adobe Camera RAW for Photoshop Advertisements

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Deciding on a the “RAW” Colorspace for Lightroom 4 and ACR 7 vs. Aperture 3

You’re concerned your choice of Post Processing software will affect your final product’s colors. You want to protect you RAW files from the evils and unknowns of color space choices. Bottom line up front Don’t choose between Lightroom or Aperture based on how they handle you’re image’s color. If getting the print’s color the way […]

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Lightroom 4 and ACR vs. Aperture 3 for Photo Editing; 3 Reasons to Choose Lightroom and Why I Didn’t

A toe to toe match between ACR  Lightroom 4 and Aperture 3 Bottom Line Up Front Lightroom 4 and ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) have exceeded Aperture on every level I care about and would drastically improve my editing workflow except in Retina support. If you have a high ppi display AKA Retina then go with […]

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3 Reasons to Leave White Balance out of Auto for Photography

Set White Balance out of auto and leave it there, here’s why… You’ll get more color accuracy, better consistency and it saves you time. There is only one reasons I can imagine to ever have White Balance in Auto. You are only taking one exposure in certain light source and don’t have a white balance card. My […]