Camera Raw image processing
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Camera Raw advantages Although Camera Raw started out as an image processor exclusively for raw files, it has, since version 4.0, been capable of processing any RGB image that is in a JPEG or TIFF file format. This means you can use Camera Raw to process any image that has been captured by a digital camera, including raw photos up to 65,000 pixels in any dimension or up to 512 megapixels in size, or a photograph that has been scanned by a film scanner and saved as an RGB TIFF or JPEG. Camera Raw allows you to work non-destructively, so anything you do when processing the image is saved as a series of instructions as to how to interpret that data; the pixels in the original file are never altered. In this respect, Camera Raw treats your master files like they were your negatives, allowing you to process images any way you choose without ever altering the original.