YouTube link Bryan O’Neil Hughes, Senior Product Manager at Adobe, gives us an idea of the next version of Adobe Camera Raw (ACR).
Many photographers think that it is enough to take the file just out of the camera to give it to its public. I am deeply convinced that this is a total error, maybe because I started photography in the black-and-white laboratory of the family. Very early, I was able to see that the developing phase […]
The new versions of the Adobe software programs for the photographer just arrived. Mainly, they bring support for some gear that was left waiting for compatibility and a nice list of corrected bugs (see at the end of this post). The main news seem to be the added support for the following SLR cameras: Nikon […]
Yes! Adobe loves Sony. The final releases of DNG Converter 6.2, Adobe Camera Raw 6.2 and Lightroom 3.2 includes RAW file conversion for the Sony Alpha 33, Alpha 55, Alpha 290, Alpha 390, NEX-5 and NEX-3. Those were included in the Release Candidate versions, but they become official/final now. Of course, other cameras are also […]
Many French-speaking lovers of the Sony (ex-Minolta) photo cameras know about the excellent web site of Alpha Numérique which is providing a wealth of varied informations (often appearing in the link lists I publish monthly in relation with photo software programs). Eiffel Tower, by night – Copyright (C) Yves Roumazeilles Now, I would like to […]
The beta version of Camera Raw v6.1 is now available from Adobe. As usual, we can be pretty sure that this version is looking a lot like the final one. As complete as ever, this software program is more or less the reference in RAW format photo picture handling (the DxO Labs tools still have […]
Ready to celebrate the arrival of 2009 Beaujolais Nouveau, a new version of the RAW conversion utility from Adobe is here: Camera Raw 5.6. It supports a whole lot of recent cameras: Canon EOS 7D Canon PowerShot G11 Canon PowerShot S90 Leaf Aptus II 5 Mamiya DM22, DM28, DM33, DM56, M18, M22, M31 Nikon D3s […]