Adobe Camera Raw is now at version 12 and it is the biggest change to the look, feel, and functionaliity in a long time. Find out what has changed and pick up some handy tricks along the way.
- [Instructor] Hi and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me Tony Harmer. … This week, we're going to take a look at Adobe Camera Raw. … If you haven't visited it for a while … or the Adobe Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop, … then it will look very, very different. … The update which arrived around August 2020 … was quite a shift because the interface now makes much more … of the available screen real estate. … Let's start off with the filmstrip down at the bottom here, … now I could actually maximize my room … by taking this off to the side. … So if I go to any of the items in the filmstrip … and right click on the ellipsis, … I can then go to film strip orientation … and change that to vertical … and hay presto I've got so much more room already. … You'll also notice the panels … have been optimized here, okay? … That you can open them and close them, … you can actually set that. … Also, if you want to, to expand and collapse … there are plenty of options up here in the settings … for how the interface works. …
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