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hello everybody this is Dale from Hugh Dale photography and this is just a quick tutorial on a little bit of editing and we're going to be using the software raw therapy which has been specifically designed for editing raw photographs so when you open raw therapy you'll come straight into the file browser and this is exactly what it says in the tin and allows you to search your computer for any files you want to edit so I popped my files on my desktop into a little folder and I'll just show you how very quickly the navigation works it's quite simple as all your drives I'm going to see users Dale my user account and then I'm going to click on desktop and there's my folder and today we're going to be editing this photographs so I've double click that which has opened it straight into the editor as you can see editor on the side here if you want to click back to file browser to give you a bit of an interface update basically the top area here this is what I like to call the film strip an...