How to use Adobe Camera Raw to cull your images


posted Friday, November 3, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT


Like many aspects of a photography editing workflow, there are numerous ways to approach culling your photos. With digital cameras, it is very easy to take hundreds of photos in a short amount of time, sometimes with only very minor differences between dozens of images. However, as we know, the little variations can sometimes make a big difference.

In Adobe Camera Raw, you can sync edits across multiple images. This is great if you process one file before realizing that you actually prefer a slightly different version of the same general shot. In the video below, Blake Rudis of f64 Academy goes over his culling workflow using Adobe Camera Raw.

To see more from Blake Rudis, you can visit his website, the f64 Academy website or his YouTube channel.

(Via f64 Academy)