A lot of folks don’t know that Adobe often releases software early as part of its Adobe Labs program. Here you’ll find “prerelease” candidates which simply means software that every thinks is good enough to ship but they want to test a little longer. A new version of Adobe Camera Raw was released — version […]

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Guest Post by Rich Harrington - Follow Rich on Twitter Rich offers a tutorial on creating custom vignettes in ACR DISCLAIMER: This post isn’t intended to be definitive – we’re not claiming this is the ONLY way or even the BEST way to accomplish this task in Photoshop, Aperture, iPhoto or any other post-prodcessing program. We’re merely offering it as A way you […]

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Guest Post by Rich Harrington - Follow Rich on Twitter Rich Harrington shows you how to use ACR’s Fill/Recovery Command to fix a poorly exposed photo. DISCLAIMER: This post isn’t intended to be definitive – we’re not claiming this is the ONLY way or even the BEST way to accomplish this task in Photoshop, Aperture, iPhoto or any other […]

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Adobe has released Photoshop Lightroom 2.3 and Photoshop Camera Raw 5.3 Release Candidates, both available immediately for download from Adobe Labs at http://labs.adobe.com. The ‘release candidate’ label indicates that this update is well tested but would benefit from additional community testing before it is distributed automatically to all customers. The Lightroom and Camera Raw teams […]

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Apple has updated Aperture to 2.1.2. Some sites are reporting that the new version adds some RAW support. Apple says the Aperture 2.1.2 update improves the printing quality of books ordered through the Aperture printing service.

The update is recommended for all customers using Aperture 2. You can read all the details and get the update at Apple.com. Continue reading

(KEY: CMD = Command Key on Macs / CTRL = Control Key on Windows machines.) You may have thought that only RAW shooters can take advantage of Adobe Camera Raw (ACR). If so, you’d be wrong. You can indeed work with JPEGS or TIFFS in ACR. You’ll be working with less data, but have access […]

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