Adobe® Camera Raw (ACR)
As photographers ACR is where we will do most of our image adjustments, often all of the image adjustments will be completed here with nothing left to be done in Adobe Photoshop, other than saving as an image file. After ACR adjustments are complete, open the image in Photoshop, make any additional adjustments and save the image as a master file in either a tiff or psd format.
Note: ACR becomes more powerful with each new release of Photoshop. Image manipulations that we used to perform in Adobe Photoshop, might now be more easily done in ACR. The ACR interface is far more intuitive than the Photoshop interface, so I recommend performing as many adjustments in ACR as possible.
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