Lessons 15-18 begin by showing how to process multiple Raw files at once. Then you will learn how to remove dusts and spots on image as well as multiple images by using the retouch tool. From here you will find out how to move your image to Photoshop.
Lessons 19-20, examines Raw/Photoshop workflows. One is for Portraits where you will use Layer Masks, Merging Layers, Spot Healing, and use the Smart Sharpen filter to get some selective sharpening. The second is for Landscape workflows. Here you will work with Smart Objects to reopen a layer back in to Camera Raw to combine multiple images to one.
Lesson 21 examines the topic of DNG; digital negative, to address the problem future non support of a Camera Raw format.
The final bonus lesson is a catch-all with regard to Camera Raw. This covers features such as the Camera Raw database/.XMP files, and how they are used to save changes.
As with all of the NAPP videos, Adobe Photoshop CS3: Camera Raw Workflow Essentials packs a lot of information into a little under 3 hours. Matt Kloskowski has a way of explaining things that make it very easy to understand. Along the way, he shows you a lot of little tips and tricks that will help you take your skills to the next level.
The retail price of Adobe Photoshop: Camera Raw Workflow Essentials is $69.99 USD. You can get it from PhotoshopTraining for $62.99 USD, an 11% discount, but for NAPP members it is only $54.99 a savings of 22%. There is an online version as well available from PhotoshopVideos, again $69.95 USD Retail and $49.95 USD for NAPP members.