When you see the process version icon, you can click it to update the rendering method of the image to Process Version 2010. In short, it makes raw images look better, but that’s not the whole story. Back in Camera Raw 5 and Lightroom 2, some users noted certain aspects of raw processing where they felt Adobe should meet or beat the competition.
Adobe decided to rise to the challenge, but to get it done required rewriting the core processing technology of Adobe Camera Raw.
It's therefore much easier to locate the missing folders and reconnect them instead.
The technology takes three photos to gauge the best exposure values, and will automatically align and "de-ghost" the resulting composite image, according to Adobe.
Images are saved as 32-bit floating-point DNG RAW files.
Notably Adobe claims that its method is better than i OS 10's built-in HDR mode, which doesn't shoot in RAW and therefore automatically applies processing such as sharpening and noise reduction.
Figure 1 The alert icon in the bottom-right corner indicates that the image uses Process Version 2003.
Clicking the icon updates the image to Process Version 2010, visibly improving image detail and noise.
You might have seen a little exclamation point icon that shows up when you work with an image you developed with Adobe Camera Raw before version 6, or Adobe Photoshop Lightroom before version 3.
You can now drag images directly to the “All Synced Photographs” collection in the Catalog panel.
By doing so, the image syncs with the Creative Cloud, and ensures that you’ll be able to edit, organize, or share the photo on the go with Lightroom across your devices. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith creates iconic portraits of the famous and infamous for magazines, books and advertising.
Adobe recommends updating to Lightroom CC (2015.7) and Lightroom 6.7 prior to updating to Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra).
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