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AuthorSubject: Converting hot files with PS 7 vs. PS CS   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Paula Lerner
Posted on Wed Nov 12, 2003 9:58 PM

I've noticed a peculiar problem when converting slightly hot, overexposed raw images using ACR 1 (plug in version) with PS 7 vs. using ACR 2 in the new PS CS 8. Today a designer asked for delivery of some digital photos that I took back in March. Because I needed to resize them, I decided to start over converting them from raw files and use the uprez feature in ACR. One image in particular was a full stop overexposed, but easily saved by using ACR 1/PS 7 and adjusting the exposure slider. When I opened the same file in ACR 2 in PS CS, I could not salvage it at all. No amount of adjusting the sliders saved the highlights: they were completely blown out. The color (what was there) in PS CS was also flat and hard to adjust.

I ended up having to reconvert the image using the old ACR 1/PS 7, saving it, closing PS 7 and reopening the saved .psd in CS to be able to take advantage of the new File Info template I had created in CS. The other day I was trying to convert a hot file (maybe 1/2 to 3/4 stops hot), and I had the same problem. I could not salvage the highlights in CS.

Anybody know what's up with this? Am I doing something wrong, or do I just not know how to correct the problem with CS? I installed CS only yesterday and am sure it will take awhile to get up to speed.

Thanks in advance for any input.

Paula Lerner
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Paula Lerner Photography * Boston * 617-489-6747
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