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Greetings,

I feel like a dummy for not being able to figure this out.

I'm having an issue with either: photoshop, iphoto, or who knows what.

I'm shooting photos on my Nikon D7100 in RAW.
When I import them into iPhoto they come in as RAW (see attached image)
If I drag the image to my desktop, it turns it into a jpg for some reason (see attached image)
If I drag the straight to photoshop, it opens as a jpg.

How do I get this to open in RAW?

Any help would be -greatly- appreciated.

YAY RAW image!


drag that bad boy to my desktop and...
BOOO jpg.


how about we drag it over to photoshop?
dang, still jpg. what the heck...
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Do you have any of the applications set for photos to default to jpg when opened or imported?

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Hi Sue,

Thanks for the reply! I don't believe i have the photos set to default to anything. Do you know how I would check?
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I think this may answer your question. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3069014

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SUE!

You are awesome. Thank you. That is exactly the fix.
Thank you so-so-so-much.

Best regards
anthony
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