Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by e.pie, Nov 15, 2006.
right now it's a pain doing it all in photoshop
Yes, lots. Digital Photo Pro (canon software)
Adobe Camera Raw
Adobe bridge does it I think
Plenty of others.
just shoot in JPEG if you don't want to deal with it.
usually I don't mind, I just have no need to go through and touch up any of these photos
Learn how to use batch automation....
Is there a specific reason you shoot all RAW? JPG may be just fine for you and the RAW workflow is not required. If you have a specific need for RAW then look at RawShooter: http://www.pixmantec.com/products/rawshooter_premium.asp
There is a basic free version too.
Shoot in RAW + JPEG?? Delete all the RAW's you dont want.....
not really any reason other then I like to
though photoshop and bridge have "image proccessor" that will
but thats the point of shooting raw is you just convert to jpeg without applying your workflow? if you don't have an answer, see the post above this.
If you don't need RAW for a specific reason and you convert to JPG anyway, just shoot JPG.
The difference isn't nearly what some people make it out to be, and unless you have a specific need for RAW there really isn't much benefit to it for the average shooter.
did this, don't know why I didn't learn it sooner, very nice
usually I do touch up the photos, but these pictures were taken as more of a point and shoot, I just wasn't thinking at the time to switch the camera to shoot in jpg
I am using Nikon Capture 4.4.2 right now.