Adobe has announced updates to two of their popular photography applications: Lightroom and Camera Raw. The main changes include correcting issues in Lightroom 5.0 and Camera Raw 8.1, including the Spot Healing Brush, Local Adjustment Brush, and Noise Reduction tools. Raw support has also been added for a number of new cameras, including Canon EOS 70D, Fujifilm X-M1, and Sony DSC-RX1R. The Release Candidates are available for free for Lightroom 5.0 users, and Camera Raw 8.2 is available for free for both Photoshop CC and Photoshop CS6 users.
If you aren’t already familiar with these applications:
- Lightroom is a digital photography workflow solution for serious amateur and professional photographers. It can quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase images.
- Camera Raw is a plug-in for Photoshop that provides fast and easy access to raw image formats from many digital cameras that take photos in raw formats.
For more info, visit labs.adobe.com.