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    Doug in Alaska's Avatar
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    I have a Canon XSI and shoot in .jpg + Raw. I usually transfer the photos from the memory card to a dvd and then work from there. I like to preview my photos to pick those for editing. If I view them in Finder, they are small thumbnails and I can view the photo full screen in Preview but would like to view the entire batch at a larger size than the thumbnails, preferably something quicker also. How do you guys usually view the entire batch? Any suggestions for a good viewer?
    Thanks

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    I use Lightroom 2, but you can use Image Browser, it should have come with your Xsi. I used this before I purchased LR2/PS CS4. Also, you can choose all of your photos and open them in Preview, then just look at them full size, one by one.

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    Thanks for your help guys!

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    Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 is what I use. I have tried quite a few other programs and never liked any other as much as lightroom. You should definatley check it out.
    15.4" MacBook Pro Unibody
    2.4GHz 4GB Ram and 500GB HD nVidia Geforce 9600

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    Doug in Alaska's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketman766 View Post
    I use Lightroom 2, but you can use Image Browser, it should have come with your Xsi. I used this before I purchased LR2/PS CS4. Also, you can choose all of your photos and open them in Preview, then just look at them full size, one by one.
    I'll check Lightroom 2 out but for now Image Browser is just what I need. Thanks for the help.

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    What about iPhoto?

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    Doug in Alaska's Avatar
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    I've created 'Events' in iPhoto for pictures that have been edited. I wanted a viewer for scanning photos pre-processing.

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