/ Achtung: Tall Clare and other Photographer Types

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Cú Chullain - on 13 Sep 2012
Can you recommend a good free RAW to jpg conversion software?
Tall Clare - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

Sure someone else will be able to - I'm a film-using luddite, remember! Hope the trip's going well :-)
Cú Chullain - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Tall Clare:
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> Sure someone else will be able to - I'm a film-using luddite, remember! Hope the trip's going well :-)

I thought you had moved over to digital? An event up there with Dylan switching to electric guitar?

Trip is even better now we are in the Disneyland that is Namibia, did not like the DRC much!
Tall Clare - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

I saw your posts via FB - in particular the one about breaking down 100km from the nearest town!

I will move over... one day. :-)
Cú Chullain - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Tall Clare:
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> I saw your posts via FB - in particular the one about breaking down 100km from the nearest town!
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> I will move over... one day. :-)

We were rescued by a friendly Cameroonian truck driver!
Tall Clare - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

Suspect you'll come back with enough stories to last a lifetime and that a desk job will seem like the dullest thing ever...


aaaanyway - sorry for hijacking your thread!
Dom Brown - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain: I believe Picassa can do it, but be warned it is the spawn of the devil evil software. (in my experience)
In reply to Cú Chullain:

Adobe DNG Converter (free from the Adobe site) converts RAW files to DNG (Digital Negatives) which you can then save as JPEGS.


Chris
ChrisJD on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

Just get your wallet out and spend £95 on Lightroom 4.

Is really isn't worth the hassle not to.
Cú Chullain - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to ChrisJD:
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> Just get your wallet out and spend £95 on Lightroom 4.
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> Is really isn't worth the hassle not to.

I am jobless scum at the moment, so looking for freebies!
The Lemming - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

You have mail, sir
What Goes Up - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain: If you happen to use Canon, take advntage of the DPP software which came with it (or can be downloaded for free) - it's really good for a freebie. Might work with RAW files taken from other cameras too, but I couldn't say as it's all Canon for me.

But as above, Lightroom is well worth the investment if you can stump up for it.
The Lemming - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain:

Sir has some more mail.
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BigBrother - on 13 Sep 2012
In reply to Cú Chullain: You could try RawTherapee http://www.rawtherapee.com/

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