Cropping and Matting Basics in Photoshop?

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  1. Boston®

    Boston® TPF Noob!

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    Is there anyway to simplify this process? A Plugin or anything maybe? Right now I am taking the image I want and cropping it by hand in the RAW dialog box, then opening the image in photoshop, losing all the exif data, and then adding a border, the width and color depending on the photo. Like I said anyway to simplify this?
     
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    Generally in RAW I only make colour and exposure adjustments. I crop (if need be) once the file is converted. When the image is toned I do not concern my self with the exif data. I do put the original file name and location in the file info in case I need to refer back to that it.
     

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