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Beyond Camera Raw

If Camera Raw were the only place to apply Camera Raw settings, the ability to save presets would be a minor convenience. But as I mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, you don't have to open and edit every single image in Camera Raw. Instead, you can select multiple images in Photoshop's File Browser and apply Camera Raw settings there.

In this chapter, I focused on editing one image at a time in Camera Raw. In the next chapter, we'll look at the various vital roles the File Browser plays in building an efficient workflow, one of which is to apply Camera Raw settings to dozens or hundreds of images, quickly and efficiently.

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