Lara Posted January 19, 2016 Share Posted January 19, 2016 ACR: Adobe camera raw (the raw processing plug-in that comes with Photoshop and Elements) CA: Chromatic aberration: a type of distortion in which there is a failure of a lens to focus all colors to the same convergence point. "The purple fringe" CC: 1. (Adobe) Creative Cloud or 2. Constructive criticism CMYK: Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Black (the colours of ink from which all other colours are printed) (K is black because B was already taken for Blue. Also it used to be called the "key" colour.) CR2: Canon raw format CS6(/5/4/3/2/etc): Creative Suite 6. Strictly speaking, this refers to the whole Adobe suite (InDesign, Illustrator, etc). But mostly, in this group, when we say "CS6", we're just talking about Photoshop. DNG: Digital Negative (a generic raw file format) DOF: Depth of field DPP: Digital Photo Professional (Canon's raw processing software) DR: Dynamic Range ETTL: Expose to the left ETTL (flash): Evaluative-Through The Lens (auto) ETTR: Expose to the right HDR: High Dynamic Range JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group (named after the organisation who made it - compressed file format; the most common image format in the world) LR: Lightroom NEF: Nikon raw format NR: Noise Reduction / Removal OOC/SOOC: Out Of Camera / Straight out of Camera (as in straight out of camera with no processing) (Only applies to jpegs. Cannot, by its nature, refer to raw files, which always need at least some processing in order to be viewed). OOF: Out of focus PP: Post-processing PS: Photoshop PSD: Photoshop Document (the all-encompassing file format - layers, channels, high-bit, etc) PSE: Photoshop Elements RGB: Red/Green/Blue (the colours of light from which all other colours are made) (The three colour channels which make up all digital images) SOOC: Straight out of camera SOOR: Straight out of raw - a file that has only clean raw edits done, no Photoshop work as yet sRGB: standard RGB colour space, used on monitors, printers and web browsers. SS: shutter speed TIFF: Tagged Image File Format (similar format to PSD, but not specific to Adobe) WB: White balance 14 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Create an account or sign in to comment
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment
Create an account
Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!Register a new account
Already have an account? Sign in here.Sign In Now