Photoshop Camera Raw 8.4 for CC and Photoshop Camera Raw 8.4 for CS6 release candidates are now available on Adobe Labs, with new camera and lens profile support for Camera Raw plug-in users.
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The Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw and Lightroom teams will occasionally release pre-production plug-ins that extend existing functionality inside Lightroom.
Preview 2 of both plug-ins now available for download. This release enables installs on 32-bit operating systems. This release includes these plug-ins for Photoshop Lightroom:
- Adobe DNG Flat Field plug-in — a tool used to correct an optical phemonenom called shading, also known as “lens cast”.
- Adobe DNG Recover Edge plug-in — a tool used to recover image data typically lost when using the in-camera crop mode.
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Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.1 release candidate is now available for download from Labs. The Camera Raw plug-in provides easy access within Adobe Photoshop CS6 to the raw image formats produced by many leading professional and midrange digital cameras. There is support for HiDPI capable displays in ACR 8.1 Release Candidate.
Photoshop Lightroom 5 beta provides photographers with an elegant and efficient way to work with their growing digital image collections, bring out the best in their images, and make an impact from raw capture to creative output, all while maintaining the highest possible quality each step of the way. New features include: advanced healing brush, upright, radial gradient, offline editing with Smart Previews, video slideshow sharing, and improved photo book creation.
Photoshop Lightroom 4.2 and Camera Raw 7.2 have been released to Adobe.com. In addition, Lens Profile Creator, Camera Profiles & DNG Editor and DNG Codec have also been released to Adobe.com and these technologies have all been retired from Adobe Labs.
The Cinema DNG plug-in for Creative Suite 5.5 Preview is no longer available. Please visit our blog for more information about CinemaDNG in Adobe video applications.