Altogether, today's update brings some welcome bug fixes, new camera and lens support, performance improvements, and some neat new features. They're now working on a fix for the "Edit in Photoshop" bug which won't reimport the image back into Lightroom.
Be sure to let us know what you think of them in the comments! in Applied Mathematics and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Music Compositon. Instead it pops up a "Save As..." dialog and then requires sycnchronizing the folder to get the PSD (or TIFF) image to appear back in the Lightroom Catalog.
I searched the internet and found lots of promising links but no solution to the problem as all led nowhere… If anyone can provide clear and simple instructions along with a link so that I can download the latest version of Adobe Camera RAW asap it would be greatly appreciated. It seems that even though I downloaded and “installed” DNGConverter_9_6and I see it in Finder, it did not wind up in the correct folder as when I click on Photoshop Camera RAW it shows Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw v126.96.36.199.
Thanks and later and love, artie I surfed my way here and clicked on the download for this: DNGConverter_9_6 When I attempt to convert a Sony ARW file, I still get em Did I download the wrong file? So I guess the question is how do I get DNGConverter_9_6into the correct folder so that it replaces or over-writes Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw v188.8.131.52? Be sure to like and follow BAA on Facebook by clicking on the logo link upper right.
For Lightroom Mobile 2.6 for i OS, Adobe redesigned the editing interface to be more efficient and provide better access to commonly used tools.
Similar tools are now grouped into categories, and the interface and corresponding gestures are now designed to be used one-handed.
I keep seeing similar comments about how C1 seems to be so much harder to figure out than Lightroom. I used LR before C1 and the degree of difficulty using both is the same.You can find DNG Converter 9.1.1 for Mac here and for Windows here.Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith creates iconic portraits of the famous and infamous for magazines, books and advertising.This interface allows the user access to a "professional" mode, which is essentially a full manual mode.Adobe also released Adobe Camera Raw 9.8, which adds supports for many new cameras and lenses, including the latest additions to the Sigma Art series.