Adobe Camera Raw turned 10 years old this past Tuesday. What started out as a $99 plug-in for Photoshop 7.0 became a standard feature on future versions of Photoshop and has been updated over the years to support over 400 cameras and their various RAW file formats.
Check out more of what’s happened with Adobe Camera Raw over the past 10 years in the full infographic below. [click to continue…]
Adobe has made release candidates of Lightroom 3.5 and Camera Raw 6.5 available for download in Adobe Labs. These versions add RAW file support for the following cameras:
A number of new lens profiles have also been added, along with several bug fixes. Additional release notes are indicated on the respective download pages for each product.
Remember, these are release candidates, which means they’ve been pretty well tested and Adobe thinks they are ready for full release; however, it’s recommended that you keep production work to prior versions until the official releases drop. Expect those to come soon though. Release candidates mean that the final versions are just around the corner.
Lightroom 3.5 release candidate can be downloaded here.
Camera Raw 6.5 release candidate can be downloaded here.