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Hi

Would any of you know a program that can convert my raw pictures into jpeg formats or any other other format?

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I believe Photoshop can do this.. maybe with a plug-in...

How about RAW to .tiff??? HERE
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Just about any photo editing program can do this, if you have a brand spanking new camera then there is generally a period of time before the softwares are all updated to handle the RAW from your specific camera.

What are you shooting?


Adobe Photoshop and Elements both use "ACR" Adobe Camera Raw.

Lightroom and Aperture both work well for this.

Both Nikon and Canon cameras ship with applications.

GIMP is free, there is another application that has been discussed on the boards recently but cannot remember the name of it.

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