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I have been shooting photos on a Canon G3 in RAW format. The software that is bundled with the camera has limited options for adjusting the raw images, so I am looking for another application that will allow me more control over the adjustments. I know that Photoshop now has a plug-in for RAW format, but the only version of P-shop that I own is the LE version that was bundled with the camera, and I don't know if the plug-in works with that. Does the RAW plug-in work with the LE version? Are there any other options?...

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    Default Adjusting RAW images

    I have been shooting photos on a Canon G3 in RAW format. The software that is
    bundled with the camera has limited options for adjusting the raw images, so I
    am looking for another application that will allow me more control over the
    adjustments. I know that Photoshop now has a plug-in for RAW format, but the
    only version of P-shop that I own is the LE version that was bundled with the
    camera, and I don't know if the plug-in works with that. Does the RAW plug-in
    work with the LE version? Are there any other options?
    BeefaloeB Guest

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    Default Re: Adjusting RAW images

    Do you know of BreezeBrowser, a very popular Canon RAW converter that does a
    lot of other things also? Free upgrades forever. Lots of discussion of it on
    the Canon Talk forum in [url]www.dpreview.com[/url].

    [url]http://breezesys.com[/url]


    "BeefaloeB" <beefaloebaol.com> wrote in message
    news:20030712081747.07405.00000199mb-m11.aol.com...
    > I have been shooting photos on a Canon G3 in RAW format. The software
    that is
    > bundled with the camera has limited options for adjusting the raw images,
    so I
    > am looking for another application that will allow me more control over
    the
    > adjustments. I know that Photoshop now has a plug-in for RAW format, but
    the
    > only version of P-shop that I own is the LE version that was bundled with
    the
    > camera, and I don't know if the plug-in works with that. Does the RAW
    plug-in
    > work with the LE version? Are there any other options?
    >

    Mick Ruthven Guest

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    Default Re: Adjusting RAW images

    They stopped the free upgrades on Breezebrowser a couple of months ago.
    Now you get one year of upgrades. The price has also risen to $45.

    A free RAW convertor that some report to outperform BB and the PS plugin
    is PowerShovel 2. I haven't tried it yet, but I thought I'd pass the
    link along.

    [url]http://lens.liteserv.com/download/powershovel2.php[/url]



    Mick Ruthven wrote:
    > Do you know of BreezeBrowser, a very popular Canon RAW converter that does a
    > lot of other things also? Free upgrades forever. Lots of discussion of it on
    > the Canon Talk forum in [url]www.dpreview.com[/url].
    >
    > [url]http://breezesys.com[/url]
    >
    >
    > "BeefaloeB" <beefaloebaol.com> wrote in message
    > news:20030712081747.07405.00000199mb-m11.aol.com...
    >
    >>I have been shooting photos on a Canon G3 in RAW format. The software
    >
    > that is
    >
    >>bundled with the camera has limited options for adjusting the raw images,
    >
    > so I
    >
    >>am looking for another application that will allow me more control over
    >
    > the
    >
    >>adjustments. I know that Photoshop now has a plug-in for RAW format, but
    >
    > the
    >
    >>only version of P-shop that I own is the LE version that was bundled with
    >
    > the
    >
    >>camera, and I don't know if the plug-in works with that. Does the RAW
    >
    > plug-in
    >
    >>work with the LE version? Are there any other options?
    >>
    >
    >
    >
    Henry Wolfe Guest

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