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Chapter 3. Using Camera Raw > Camera Raw Image Controls

Camera Raw Image Controls

The image controls—the ones you're likely to change with each image—occupy the rest of the Camera Raw dialog box. In Basic mode, they're split into two tabs, Adjust and Detail. Advanced mode adds two more tabs, Lens and Calibrate, that provide additional controls for the more advanced user. You can toggle quickly between the tabs by pressing Command-1 through Command-4.

These controls are really the meat and potatoes of Camera Raw, offering very precise control over your raw conversions. Some of the controls offer functionality that simply can't be replicated in Photoshop, while with others, the difference between making the adjustments in Camera Raw or in Photoshop is a little less clear-cut, depending to some extent on what you do with the controls that Photoshop can't replicate.


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