Camera Raw and DNG
Camera Raw provides fast and easy access to the raw image formats produced by many digital cameras. By working with these "digital negatives," you can achieve the results you want with greater artistic control and flexibility while still maintaining the original raw data. This forum supports the Adobe Camera Raw plugin for Photoshop, the DNG file format, the DNG Profile Editor & the DNG Conversion Tool.
Lightroom/Camera Raw: Profile Canon cameras that do not shoot raw.
The Idea here is for Adobe to consider supporting the market of Canon jpeg-only cameras that support CHDK, by providing Camera Calibration Profiles fo
Lightroom/Camera Raw: Anybody use CHDK and process raws for Canon cameras that would otherwise shoot jpeg only?
I've heard that its possible to use the CHDK firmware hack and process raws in Lightroom for cameras that would otherwise shoot jpeg only. I was just
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I love using Lightroom to process raw DNGs from my Canon "jpeg-only" shooter.
If you think its not worth shelling out for Lightroom because you only own a point&shoot Canon, think again! Coupled with CHDK to capture the raw dat
Camera Raw & DNG: Converting mRAW tot DNG makes them bigger than RAW
Using Lightroom for years now, I found a problem with my new Canon EOS 60D using m-RAW. I always convert these photos into DNG while importing in Ligh
Not a problem
Lightroom/Camera Raw: Contrast graduated filter adds green color cast
LR3, NEF raw file, normal pictorial rendition(Camera Standardv3): When I bring the grad tool, which has been set to alter Contrast only(up or down),
Lightroom/Camera Raw: Gradients - which end is up?
Please provide an indication of which direction gradients are facing. Sometimes its obvious, but sometimes one has to adjust something in the gradien
Lightroom: Can't import adjustments in Photoshop from lightroom
After upgading to 3.4.1 lightroom no longer will export any adjustment to photo shop. I am running a mac w/the latest software and have upgraded all a
Lightroom: Profile for Canon EF 85mm f1.2L II USM lens not assigned automatically
Lightroom 3.4.1 (and ealier versions) does not automatically assign a profile for the Canon EF 85mm f1.2L II USM lens. The correct profile does exist
Lightroom/Camera Raw: local Adjustments + Effects interfere with each other?
Since it's easier to see it then to say it, I've uploaded a screencast.... ( This is just for demo so no worthless "learn to shoot better" comments pl
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