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  1. kabababrubarta
    Mar 26 - 6:56 pm

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  2. Ron
    May 18 - 7:18 am

    a very even handed article with a lot of great info. I am looking for help with processing RAW photos in a more efficeint manner.. batch processors and the like. I am on a windows platform. i have been using Acdsee pro, but it is sooo time consuming. As it stands, i only shoot RAW when its important, but i would like to shoot RAW more often. I just need help with processing. any thoughts or suggestions?

  3. Ron
    May 18 - 12:18 pm

    a very even handed article with a lot of great info. I am looking for help with processing RAW photos in a more efficeint manner.. batch processors and the like. I am on a windows platform. i have been using Acdsee pro, but it is sooo time consuming. As it stands, i only shoot RAW when its important, but i would like to shoot RAW more often. I just need help with processing. any thoughts or suggestions?

  4. Eric
    May 18 - 4:07 pm

    Ron,

    I\'m a big fan of Lightroom. I think you should download the trial and give it a shot. I think you\'ll find it quite intuitive. It just makes sense. I love programs that work the way you wish stuff would. Adobe nailed it with Lightroom. I\'ll try to dig up some more online and print resources for a post on Lightroom soon. Feel free to drop me a line if you try it and have thoughts on it – or any other programs for that matter.

    Cheers!

  5. Eric
    May 18 - 9:07 pm

    Ron,

    I’m a big fan of Lightroom. I think you should download the trial and give it a shot. I think you’ll find it quite intuitive. It just makes sense. I love programs that work the way you wish stuff would. Adobe nailed it with Lightroom. I’ll try to dig up some more online and print resources for a post on Lightroom soon. Feel free to drop me a line if you try it and have thoughts on it – or any other programs for that matter.

    Cheers!

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  8. kermit
    Oct 29 - 3:38 am

    Another nice feature of the Nikon D40 is that it allows you to take both RAW and jpeg at the same time.

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