Tag: Beginners’ Workshop

When to use Photoshop vs. When to Use Lightroom
by Lesa Snider

If you have both Lightroom and Photoshop, you hold heaps of photo management and manipulation power in your hands. Although these two powerhouses share some common ground, they’re vastly different programs. Each one was designed for specific tasks, but they were built to work together to speed your workflow. In this column, you’ll learn which program to use when. 

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Correcting Tone & Color in Adobe Camera Raw
by Lesa Snider

An easy way to correct tone and color in your photos is to use the Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) plug-in that comes with Photoshop. Its powerful, yet easy-to-use sliders make adjusting photos a breeze. ACR is a nondestructive editor, too, so you won’t harm your original. The following steps work with RAW files, JPEGs, and TIFFs. Tip: As an added bonus, you can use much of this workflow in Adobe Lightroom, too.

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