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Its only the ACR bit, which in essence is what will be available in Lightroom 4 (which looks pretty good from a couple of images I've looked at)
Been trying out some of this in Lightroom 4 BETA.
The new "Basic" controls, Exposure, Contrast, Whites etc. work completely different and will take some more experimenting / practice.
What is quite clearly evident to me is the ability to get brighter ( whiter ) whites without the clipping / being washed out.
It also appears from the video link above that the default User Interface is now very similar to Lightroom's, but as the guy states you can customise it to your own liking.
One thing i've noticed in LR4, and I take it ACR for CS6 that i'm not keen on - the clarity slider, really affects the highlights, so much so in some images I have to double process once for land & once for sky then use Photoshop (and dialling in negative clarity in the gradient tool doesn't work) - For this I was talking about landscapes BTW.
Adobe Camera Raw
ah - never heard it called that before I must admit
that's my fact for the day learned
CS6 content aware sneak peek.
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