In this workshop we learnt about the tools available in the Camera Raw function in Photoshop.
This is the image I worked with during this workshop.
Firstly, I adjusted the colour temperature to make the image look warmer and adjusted the exposure, recovery, fill light, blacks and contrast to fit the new temperature and mood of the photograph.
I then slightly adjusted the tone curve.
I then adjusted the sharpening and noise reduction.
I then kept the Hue the same, but adjusted the Saturation and Luminance, again making the photograph look warmer.
I then enabled lens profile corrections.
This is an example of using the basic zoom tool in Camera RAW.
You can use the hand tool to move around your image in Camera RAW.
This is an example of using the white balance tool.I then experimented with the colour sampler tool.
Camera RAW also has a Targeted Adjustment Tool however this was not necessary for the image I was working on.
This is an example of basic use of the crop tool.
The spot removal and red eye remover tools are also often useful, however not so much for images such as this.
The adjustment brush is probably one of the most useful tools available in Camera RAW as it enables you to adjust the exposure, brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness of the parts of the image you use the brush on.
This is an example of use of the graduated filter tool.
Finally Camera RAW includes a traditional rotate tool for images.
This is the final version of the image I was working on.