Many cameras can shoot raw images and raw images excel.
Like many people, I prefer to be able to control processing, so I perform my initial edits in Adobe Camera Raw, a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop. Before the release of Photoshop CC, you had to open an image in Camera Raw window as a separate application within Photoshop.
Photoshop CC changes things in this respect.
Now you can use Camera Raw filter on all image file types, not just raw/DNG, TIFF, or JPEG files. Any layer in a Photoshop file is a candidate for the Camera Raw filter. This is great news for Photoshop users and photographers. You can also use Camera Raw as a filter on images that are already open. You don’t need to close them and open with Camera Raw. No, not any more.
I created a video for you to explain the new Camera Raw as a filter in Photoshop CC.
I hope you will enjoy it.