As we”ve learned so far in previous tutorials, Adobe Camera Raw is a plug-in for Photoshop that was initially designed for processing and editing photos captured in your camera”s raw file format. Over time, Adobe added the ability for Camera Raw to edit JPEG and TIFF images as well. In this tutorial, we”ll learn how to open all three file types in Camera Raw.
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As we”ll see, opening raw files in Camera Raw is simple and straightforward (as it should be), yet while that”s mostly true for opening JPEG and TIFF files, things can get a little confusing if you”re used to opening images simply by double-clicking on them.
For that, we”ll need to take a look at Camera Raw”s Preferences to make sure things are set up the way that best fits your style of working.
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Opening Raw Files In Camera Raw
Let”s start by learning how to open raw files in Camera Raw. The best way to open any type of image in Camera Raw (or in Photoshop) is with Adobe Bridge, so that”s what I”ll be using in this tutorial. Here, I have Adobe Bridge (CS6 in this case) open on my screen and I”ve navigated to a folder on my desktop containing three images. The image on the left is a raw file, the one in the middle is a JPEG, and on the right, we have a TIFF image:
And there we have it! That”s how to open all three supported file types – raw files, JPEGs and TIFFs – in Adobe Camera Raw! Check out our Photo Retouching section for more Photoshop image editing tutorials!
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