Adobe CC Photography Update Available Now

Adobe CC Photography Update Available Now

Lightroom CC 2015 and Camera Raw 9.1 are available for download now. Bringing in the highly touted dehaze feature along with a grip of other improvements.

Dehaze and local black and white adjustment sliders are now available for Camera Raw 9.1 and Lightroom CC. Be advised that these features are not available in the standalone version of Lightroom 6.1. This feature is one I’m especially excited to try out on my hazy photos from the coast a few weeks back. I have been holding back processing them until this release. Per usual, the list of supported cameras has also grown in this update adding; Fujifilm X-T10, Nikon 1 J5, Nikon D810A, Panasonic DMC-G7, Pentax K-S2, Pentax K3 II.


Lightroom for iOS just got the ability to now import, and sync your iPhone and iPad created videos from Lightroom on iOS to the web and desktop. Also added to the tools are Vignettes, ability to adjust the color channel and B&W mix, and added tone curve.

Aside from the dehaze feature, a fairly standard update to Adobe’s photo processing toolset. Head over to the Adobe Lightroom Journal for the full list of bugs squashed and a long list of new lens profile corrections also added. The rest of the Creative Cloud 2015 set is also available today as well. Adobe also jumped into the stock game with Adobe stock which is the first stock source to be fully integrated into your creative workflow.  

Installation instructions :

Lightroom CC

  • Desktop:  Please use the Help-> Check for Updates menu item or the Creative Cloud application to install this update

  • iOS:  Please visit the iOS App Store to update Lightroom

Camera Raw

Camera Raw 9 – Please use the update mechanism in Photoshop CS6 and Creative Cloud app. If updating ACR gives you any fits through the Creative Cloud interface, use this link.

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Kyle Ford descends upon the PNW from rural Nevada. Kyle joined Fstoppers in late 2014. He is a wedding and lifestyle photographer who throws his extra dough at film supplies. You can find him across a multitude of social media platforms and his website.

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Thanks for the heads up, Kyle! I'll have to give this a shot and see if dehaze is more effective than a curves layer, if so it could be handy.

Important note before you install Adobe CC 2015 |

Super excited for the Premiere updates

What are the Premiere updates??? Where can you see a list of what's been changed? THANKS!

I want to know who shot and composited that awesome Creative Cloud image at the top.

Funny, I was thinking the same thing, except only to tell him to try being a Fuller Brush Man instead.

Tacky shìt...