Adobe released the Camera Raw v.11.2 and Lightroom Classic CC 8.2 version updates. Adobe Camera Raw v.11.2 and Lightroom Classic CC 8.2 released with a new Enhance Details feature that will give you a higher quality and more accurate rendition of fine color details in your raw images, particularly those from Fuji X-Trans sensors.
The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Camera Raw.
Adobe Camera Raw v.11.2 and Lightroom Classic CC 8.2 Released
Use Enhance Details
- In the Library or Develop module, select a supported image that you want to enhance.
- Do one of the following:
- Ctrl-click (on Mac)/right-click (on Windows) the image and select Enhance Details.
- From the menu bar, choose Photo > Enhance Details.
- The Enhance Details Preview dialog box provides a live preview of the effect.
You can hold down the hand cursor to view the original image and release it to preview the enhanced image. You can also hold down and move the hand cursor to preview the before and after effect on different regions of the image.
- Click Enhance to create an enhanced DNG version of your photo.
Note: The enhanced image is saved as a new DNG file with the filename in this format: ‘Original filename-Enhanced.dng’ and is placed next to the source image.
You can use the Enhance Details feature on multiple images. To do this, select multiple supported images and choose Photo > Enhance Details.
You cannot see the Enhance Details Preview dialog box when you select multiple images for batch processing.
Supported image formats
Enhance Details is only applicable to Bayer and X-Trans mosaic raw files.
Unsupported file formats
Enhance Details does not apply to the following types of source images:
- Non-raw files such as a JPEGs, TIFFs, and HEICs
- Linear DNGs (including HDR and pano DNG images previously created inside Lightroom and Camera Raw)
- DNG proxies and Smart Previews
- Monochrome raw files (such as Leica M MONOCHROM)
- Four-color cameras
- Foveon sensor images
- Fujifilm cameras with SR, EXR, or 2×4 mosaic sensors.
- Canon S-RAW/M-RAW files
- Nikon small raw files
- Pentax Pixel Shift Resolution (PSR) files
- Sony ARQ files
- Video files
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