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Adobe Camera Raw 8.1 Standalone for Mac & Windows

Direct links for Camera Raw 8.1 for Mac & Windows

Camera Raw 8.1-Mac

Camera Raw 8.1-Windows

Bugs Corrected in Camera Raw 8.1

  • Occasionally the Fill Light adjustment introduced artifacts. This only occurred when processing an image using the PV2010 process version.
  • When using the Red Eye removal tool, setting red eye darken to 100% would lighten the adjustment instead of darkening it.
  • Reduced the default amount of sharpening applied to images taken with the Fuji X100s camera.

New Camera Support in the Camera Raw 8.1

  • Hasselblad H5D-60
  • Olympus PEN E-P5
  • Olympus PEN E-PL6
  • Phase One IQ260*
  • Ricoh GR
  • Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G6
  • Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LF1

Hope this helps!

Ricky

Source: Adobe’s Blog, Article: Keeping Photoshop Up-To-Date, Release Notes

 

Simple way to remove oil/shiny face in photos

You need: Photoshop and patience.

1. Select the oil area on the photo, usually on the faces (use the tool you like to select, ie. magic wand, quick mask,..). Make sure you adjust the Feather around 5px (Right click on selected area > Feather)

2. Copy the selected area to a new layer and Ctrl-V (paste)

3. Select Eyedropper Tool to pick the color near the oil area

4. Select Brush Tool (Opacity = 20%, size = your preferred size) and use it on the new layer. Make sure you set Mode = Darken on new layer.

5. Start brushing the selected area slowly so you can see the changes.

6. Save as to new file and you’re done!

Hope this helps someone,

Ricky