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Giving us regular feedback helps us to find and fix issues that we may otherwise not know about. Ballard, a professional Adobe Camera Raw Workflow consultant, Southern California Adobe® Photoshop® Camera Raw® Lightroom® After Effects® Bridge® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems, Inc.Once you’ve updated to the newest version of Photoshop, don’t forget to leave us feedback about your experiences.

COMPLETELY REVISED March 2012"A raw file is a raw dump of the sensor data unaffected by any camera color conversion or tone curve.

The advantage of Camera Raw is that YOU get to decide the white balance and the tone curve applied - not the camera."A raw capture looks REALLY WEIRD because all the response is flat with 1/2 the capture bits in the brightest stop.

If you are installing Photoshop CC on a separate, new system, you should export your presets from your existing system and then import them on the new system.

See migrate presets or manually export and import presets. Once you’ve updated to the newest version of Photoshop, don’t forget to leave us feedback about your experiences.

If you have extension panels installed directly from a developers website, those panels will need to be reinstalled via the installer from the author.

Yes, your presets and preferences will automatically be migrated from your prior version that’s installed on your local system.To solve this problem on mac OS, we took advantage of Apple’s pixel doubling technology and were able to support a 200% scale factor on Retina displays back in 2012.Windows, however, has a much broader set of hardware options and pixel densities, and required a more complex (and more difficult) solution. Once you’ve updated to the newest version of Photoshop, don’t forget to leave us feedback about your experiences.Today, it is difficult to find a laptop that isn’t Hi DPI.On the desktop, we commonly see very high resolutions at 4k, 5k, and 8k.Older versions of Photoshop and Lightroom were not designed, nor extensively tested to run on mac OS Sierra.