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Adobe Lightroom adds better help for RAW photographs from Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, more

Probably the most compelling motivation such countless individuals love the shots taken by Google’s Pixel cell phones is the manner by which the shots are essentially prepared for sharing straight out of the camera. Be that as it may, an uncommon RAW mode opens up shots to more broad altering, and this week Adobe has made it simpler to alter shots from the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro in Lightroom and Photoshop, alongside Samsung’s flagship.

On an assistance page, Adobe records the most recent camera models that have been added to the rundown of cameras upheld by the Adobe Camera Raw expansion. This is the apparatus that processes RAW pictures for programs including Lightroom, Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, After Effects, and that’s just the beginning.

As a piece of its December 2021 update, Adobe has included all focal points the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to this rundown, expanding on the recently added support for Google’s other Pixel flagships (no A-series gadgets are formally upheld).

Alongside Google’s lineup, Adobe has likewise added support for the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s duo of telephoto lenses this month, as well as the three back cameras on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

While it’s incredible to see Lightroom and other Adobe applications better supporting these gadgets, it’s in an exceptionally restricted limit. Lightroom Classic and other applications don’t get “Lens Correction” profiles, however just color profile support. That is as yet appreciated, obviously, yet it’s essentially the absolute minimum the application can offer. Different cameras, for example, the recently added Sony A7 IV, have support for Lens Correction profiles in Lightroom Classic and other applications.

You’ll require both Adobe Camera Raw version 14.1 as well as Lightroom 5.1 or potentially Lightroom Classic 11.1 to get support for these new cameras.

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