Adobe Photoshop CS6

Announced Apr 25, 2012 •
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I just upgraded to the latest versions of ACR and LR5 and when I ship something off to CS6 I get the message about how I need the latest version of ACR? Is this something to do with CS6 vs CC? I never got an update for CS6, it refuses to admit there is one, but I manually downloaded and installed the 8.4 DNG/ACR update. LR is happy, the new lens profiles are there, but it seems as though it can't see that CS6 has ACR 8.4 available.Any suggestions? Right now I have "render in Lightroom" ticked.
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Hello Although I've worked with RAW files for years, this is my first time with the X-Trans RAW and I'm looking for examples workflows and setting to get me started. I've searched the forum but all I find are endless debates on which program is better.  For now I want to stick with what I know and what I have which is Photoshop CC + ACR 8.3, Lightroom 5 and Dxo Pro Optics 9 Elite. Any suggestions or tried and tested links would be much appreciated.
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Hello, I am a newbie at this forum, Hope this will help me. I have a simple question; I organized a shoot for a friend, indoor with profi lighting ect. I have taken and sorted the photos, did some basic color correction in lightroom, and took the 50 photos that were the best pick into photoshop where one by one i applied a mask to take out the background. The background was a green screen, and the photos look great - not at all contaminated by green, ect. My only problem is, that now that I...
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By: BHPhotog (6 months ago)
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I'm getting less than optimum results sharpening RAW files in the Aperture 3.5 > Photoshop CC process. My question: I see in various sliders in Aperture "Raw Fine Tuning," including sharpening; does this mean Aperture is applying sharpening before sending it to Photoshop (similar to the ACR>Photoshop sequence) unless I set the sliders to zero? If so, I may be doubling up using capture sharpening in Photoshop.  Brian
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By: CKingma (8 months ago)
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I've seen more posts about this screen, but none seem to work for me! Usually I never post questions on forums, but this one just splits my brain in half.A couple months ago I've purchased the Dell U2711 monitor, to use for digital illustrations/animations/photography. Everything seemed ok, untill I found out that my work made in Photoshop totally looked diffrent when opened somewhere else and even WORSE when openend on my desktop (for example as JPG). I have tried numerous things and...
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To further explain - I depend upon a series of plugins that operate as Smart Filters upon the image that I've opened as a Smart Object from ACR. As far as I can tell there's no way to emulate the ability to tweak individual plugin settings with either Aperture or LightRoom in the same, completely non destructive, way as with PhotoShop. Both these applications create TIF files for the plugin to operate on, and there's no record of the settings that were applied or ability to change them after...
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By: sjvr11767 (Apr 21, 2013)
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Hey there, I'm currently using Apple Aperture as my main content management and photo editing suite (I have plugins). While I'm very happy with Aperture, I find that it's RAW processor sometimes blows out the reds completely and even fine tuning the RAW settings, I just can't get satisfactory results. So, someone told me Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) is the way to go. Another thing, most of my plugins support working with layers in Photoshop & Photoshop Elements, which I miss in Aperture. So, my...
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I'm trying to look for a new desktop which will be dedicated just to my photography work and I won't be using it for anything else. I am a PC person by nature, but I am not opposed to Mac. What are the pros and cons? Everyone I talk to seems to prefer Mac. I'm trying to find some PC users (or past PC users) to get their input and see how they feel about the Mac/PC comparison for photography work. If you are a past PC user, why did you switch? I'm looking for the pros and cons for each....
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I'm trying to look for a new desktop which will be dedicated just to my photography work and I won't be using it for anything else. I am a PC person by nature, but I am not opposed to Mac. What are the pros and cons? Everyone I talk to seems to prefer Mac. I'm trying to find some PC users (or past PC users) to get their input and see how they feel about the Mac/PC comparison for photography work. If you are a past PC user, why did you switch? I'm looking for the pros and cons for each....
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Thoughts on Mac Software or Workflow? I have 4 working hard drives that contain my entire photo library. They range in size from 2TB to 3TB I purchased two 4 TB G-Drives, one to keep on site, one to store off site, to hold all the data from the working drives, that I plan to rotate on/off site weekly. I do have off-site storage with Photoshelter - but only for final client TIFF files not DNGs or edited RAW files. I would like an automated solution to back up these drives. I've looked at...
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