So with ACR 8.1, LR5 no longer displays an 'error' message when jumping (editing) a LR image in PS CS6, good news. But, the new ACR 8.1 is CRIPPLED for CS6 users as it DOES NOT include the new ACR 8 features. Thank you Adobe.Now I am 'Re-Thinking' my Workflow:Import NEF's using Nikon Transfer 2, Photo Mechanic to make my selects, Nikon Capture NX2 to convert to TIF's [which I have been doing for selected images, similar to Vincent Versace], and Perfect Photo Suite 7 to complete my Post work. It will be hard and will take some time to get used to this method, but who said Divorce was gonna be easy. Good-Bye Adobe..
SemperAugustus: Has anyone tried OnOne Software Perfect Photo Suite
Seems to me that if I process my RAWs in LR or even DPP, save them as TIFF, then I could take them to Perfect Photo Suite and do 95% of what I normally do in PS.
I have used their free Photo Effects and they are truly awesome as they support Layers and Masks... I also like the fact that it can run as a stand alone app and does not require PS or LR.
Re-Thinking my Workflow. Import NEF's using Nikon Transfer 2, Photo Mechanic to make my selects, Nikon Capture NX2 to convert to TIF's, and Perfect Photo 7 to complete my Post work. It will be hard and will take some time to get used to this method, but who said Divorce was gonna be easy. Good-Bye Adobe ...
Here is the Adobe link for the supported cameras as of 5/29/2012.
Looks current to me. Did I miss one?
Jerry 39: Does anyone know when camera raw will be available for the Nikon D3200 for lightroom.Thanks
Here's the Adobe link:
Hope it helps.
When will Panasonic update their CODEC to work on Windows 64 bit systems?
Downloaded on Vista 64. Had to run the .exe file to convert it to a .bin file. Did I miss that step in the instructions? I see the new menu item. Took a few test shots. Did NOT see any differences. I'll do some 'real' captures as I am very interested in the higher ISO noise reduction for some event captures when not using my D3s.