Recently Adobe has released Camera Raw 4.1, and what was expected to be a small update turned out to be a major one.
ACR ” ((“Adobe Camera Raw”))” is loaded with new features and new functionality, such as a series of enhancements in the sharpening controls, a new control called Clarity, enhanced noise reduction and two new defringing controls in lens correction.
Four days ago I’ve told you how you can use the “old” Canon Picture Style with Digital Photo Professional 3.0, but this is not required anymore since Canon has released their Digital Photo Professional 3.0 compatible picture styles.
Canon RAW codec for Windows Vista operating system is now released, the codec supports .CR2 RAW files, but not .CRW files.
It includes support for the following Canon EOS cameras:
The long awaited Canon Digital Photo Professional 3.0 is finally here and available for download.
Here are the changes since Digital Photo Professional 2.2
With the release of the new Canon EOS 1D Mark III, Canon also annouced the version 3.0 of Digital Photo Professional, its free high-performance RAW converter, that is scheduled for release in April 2007.
Here is a list of the major upgrade to Digital Photo Professional (version 2.2 to 3.0)