Working with the RAW Lab

Working with the RAW Lab

By Bob Taylor

In this tutorial, PaintShop Pro professional Robert Taylor demonstrates the steps he uses to edit a RAW photo in the RAW lab, using Adjustment layers. The RAW Lab acts like a digital darkroom and lets you apply a personal touch to your RAW files. After processing a RAW image, you can leave it as a read-only RAW file, or export it to a JPEG, GIF, or PNG file so you can edit it.

Adjustment layers are correction layers that adjust the color or tone of underlying layers without modifying the image layers themselves. You can add adjustment layers to test various color corrections or combinations of corrections.

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