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Poring Over the Picture

Shooting in the raw format can sometimes be challenging. It doesn’t require any additional work on the camera end, but the processing can be more extensive. It can also challenge your memory, because the image you see on your computer will not necessarily look like it did when you shot it. The great thing is that you have complete control over everything that is done to the image, and when you are done, you can end up with something that is even better than you first imagined. This shot looked off-color, kind of blue, and a little crooked, but after a few minutes in Adobe Camera Raw, it really came to life.

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