With a subscription plan to Photoshop CC, it is sometimes hard to know what exactly is changing in the program. In addition to supporting new camera RAW formats, what new features can we use to help with processing photos? I’ll tell you one of my new favorites: the camera raw filter. This filter is exactly like it sounds. Using the ‘filter’ drop down menu, you choose the ‘camera raw filter’ and the original camera raw window opens allowing all the adjustments you normally have with the raw converter. Be aware you are past non-destructive editing at this point, but you can use the filter on jpeg and tiff images. I love being able to have the clarity slider available, as well as being able to adjust highlight and whites via the sliders. You could accomplish these things different ways in photoshop, but it is much easier to do with the new camera raw filter.