I want to try new 'Enhance' but my Photoshop version 22.3.0 does not have 'Open in Camera Raw'

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How can I get the right version of Photoshop in order to try the new Camera Raw 'Enhance?' Instructions say I need to Open my Tiff image using the File menu in Photoshop where it should show "Open In Camera Raw" but my version of Photoshop does not have this option. I need help with this. TIA, Ken

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Tiff and Jpeg image are conversion of your cameras sensor's  RAW data. Post process processes like White Balance, Noise reduction, exposure composition, sharpening have already been applied converting your cameras mosaic image into an RGB image. Jpeg image also suffer image quality lost during the Jpeg encoding process.  IMO for best results you should use RAW file with this ARC feature.

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Tiff and Jpeg image are conversion of your cameras sensor's  RAW data. Post process processes like White Balance, Noise reduction, exposure composition, sharpening have already been applied converting your cameras mosaic image into an RGB image. Jpeg image also suffer image quality lost during the Jpeg encoding process.  IMO for best results you should use RAW file with this ARC feature.

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This is great input and Thank You JJMack for the help with this. I'm seeing that using Bridge and not Photoshop has the option of opening a file in Camera Raw in the File Menu and that is where I will work. I can tell already that this is going to take some experience and getting used to before I know what I am doing. It's a great feature that can add some help to images that may not be first quality in the first place and, of course, bring already great images into a very nice enhanced place. Thank Again.

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