There is nice feature in Windows Vista / 7 (and WinXP SP3) called "image codecs". This little think allows user to install "plugins" for rendering non-default images (and thumbnails). This is especially needed by photographers working with RAWs.But, there is one big problem... Either Canon, nor Nikon won't us to work with 64bit Windows?!? Or at least they don't want to provide image codecs for their RAWs for 64bit Windows :( And Adobe with their DNG also isn't supporting 64bit Windows. Photoshop... continue reading
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Most of us already know about all the problems you can find using a Raw format for your pictures and I mean that some programmes don't suppost the kind of Raw file your camera uses and there is even a debate on a future used of them because of the same difficulty;so Adobe has introduced this new DNG (digital negative) format converter,it's an open source programme so everyone could be able to read it,then you don't need any XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform) which you need for a Raw format and you... continue reading
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