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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Opening RAW, JPEG, and TIFF Photos into Camera Raw

Although Adobe Camera Raw was created to process photos taken in your camera’s RAW format, it’s not just for RAW photos, because you can process your JPEG and TIFF photos in Camera Raw, as well. So even though your JPEG and TIFF photos won’t have all of the advantages of RAW photos, at least you’ll have all of the intuitive controls Camera Raw brings to the table.

Step One:

We’ll start with the simplest thing first: opening a RAW photo from the Organizer. If you click on a RAW photo to select it in the Organizer, then click on the down-facing arrow on the right of the Fix tab (at the top of the Palette Bin on the right side of the window) and choose any of the options from the pop-up menu, it ...

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