Learn what's new in the latest release of Adobe Camera Raw.

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Adobe Camera Raw 11.4 | August 2019

The August 2019 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.4) rolls out new features - enhanced GPU support to accelerate editing of images and edge-aware editing in 360-degree panoramas. This release also adds support for new cameras and lenses and fixes several issues.

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Enhanced GPU support for accelerated image editing

GPU acceleration speeds up image processing most noticeably for photos with several adjustments and for high resolution monitors (4K and higher). You can enable the new GPU acceleration features on supported systems in the Performance tab of Camera Raw Preferences. On some computers the feature is enabled automatically. To know more, see GPU FAQ and troubleshooting.

Edge aware editing in 360-degree panoramas

Previously, when making adjustments to a 360-degree panorama it could result in a seam appearing around the merged edges, especially if you edit Clarity or Dehaze. Starting with this release, you can make seamless edits to 360-degree panoramas, even when adjusting Clarity or Dehaze. This feature is currently not supported in the Camera Raw filter in Photoshop.

Adobe Camera Raw 11.3 | May 2019

The May 2019 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.3) rolls out a new feature - Texture slider, adds support for new cameras and lenses, and fixes issues.

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Smoothen or enhance texture with Texture slider

Enhance or reduce the appearance of texture in your photo. In Adobe Camera Raw, you can now accentuate or smooth medium sized details such as skin, bark, and hair with the Texture slider. You can access this slider in the Basic panel, Local Adjustment Brush, Radial Filter, and Graduated Filter.  To know more, see Make local adjustments.

Original texture Edited texture

Drag the slider to view the before and after photos of accentuated texture details.

Adobe Camera Raw 11.2.1 | April 2019

The April 2019 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.2.1) adds support for new cameras and fixes issues.

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Adobe Camera Raw 11.2 | February 2019

The February 2019 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.2) rolls out a new feature - Enhance Details, adds support for new cameras and lenses, includes enhancements, and fixes several issues.

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Enhance fine color details in raw images

Get higher quality and more accurate rendition of fine color details in your raw images, particularly those from Fuji X-Trans sensors. To know more, see Enhance fine details in raw images.

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View better quality of colors in your raw photos especially for print purposes.

Adobe Camera Raw 11.1 | December 2018

The December 2018 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.1) adds support for new cameras and lenses, includes performance improvements, feature enhancements, and fixes several issues.

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

Easier HDR Panorama merge

In this release of Adobe Camera Raw, you can now easily merge HDR Panoramas using photos that differ in dimension, focal lengths, and orientation.

Adobe Camera Raw 11.0 | October 2018

The October 2018 release of Adobe Camera Raw (version 11.0) rolls out new features, adds support for new cameras and lenses, and fixes several issues. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.

One-step HDR Panorama merge

Effortlessly create HDR panoramas.

You can now merge multiple bracketed exposures together to create a HDR panorama - in one step.

To know more, see Create HDR panoramas.

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Easily create a HDR panorama with multiple bracketed exposure images.

Depth range masking

Depth Range masking enables you to leverage depth information in photos to make precise selections and isolate subjects faster than before. This feature is available only for photos that contain Depth Masks, such as photos captured in Portrait mode on Apple iPhone 7+, 8+, X, and later.

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An initial depth mask created in a HEIC photo to apply select adjustments.

Process Version 5

Adobe Camera Raw features an improved image processing version, by default. All new photos edited in Camera Raw 11 display better rendering for high ISO images. You also have more latitude when you use negative dehaze and easily add haze for creative effect.

To know more, see Process Versions in Camera Raw.

Support for new cameras and lenses

For the full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

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