If you want to undo a series of actions in Camera RAW, just use the keyboard shortcut Command + Option + Z (PC: Control + Alt + Z). The beauty of Camera RAW is that it has an unlimited undo history compared to Photoshop’s default 20 steps.
In Camera RAW when you are working with the Adjustment Brush tool (K), you can by going to the flyout menu (top right of each panel) create a preset for a brush that you can then quickly toggle between. Very good if you keep using some favorite settings.
Yesterday Adobe released a an update to Photoshop CS5 specifically for Windows users. The update, version 12.0.3, brings a sleuth of fixes. As usual a few of these are more notable and others. Here are some of the most important updates, taken from the support document page for the update:
- Windows XP tool tip font issue introduced by 12.0.2
- A number of potential security vulnerabilities have been addressed
- Top type and font crashers found in the field have been addressed
- A number of performance issues have been addressed
- Crash opening 3D layers has been addressed
You can replicate Graduated Filters inside of Camera RAW and in this video tutorial you will learn just how you apply them and work with them.
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Lightroom 3 introduced a new process version that reads data from RAW files slightly different. Watch this video to learn how to change the process version on your older photos.
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