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Subject: Re: Photoshop CS + Canon 5D can't see RAW



It is Digital Photo Professional. It comes on one of the CDs which came with
your Canon 5D. It is a very nice program for processing your raw image. It
allows you to covert your RAW file to a JPG or an 8 or 16 bit TIFF. It has
batch conversion facilities and also allows you to perform rudimentary
adjustments for White Balance, Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation,
Sharpness. It also allows for the adjustment of the individual RGB curves as
well as the luminance tone curve.

All in all it is a decent utility and can get you to a 16 bit TIFF for going
into CS. It is a little counterintuitive to used the interactive histogram
but you get the hang of it after a while.

It is a pity that Adobe doesn't add new camera models to the 2.X ACR Plugin.
I have found no compelling reason to upgrade to CS2 other than to get
support for my 5D. I will likely wait for CS3.

The other poster is correct. You will have problems with the redundant
plug-in. If you decide to got the DNG converter route. Download the 3.3
Version of ACR/DNG and only decompress the DNG executable. Put it where you
can find it. It is also a great tool. Someday this Open RAW/Proprietary
RAW/DNG/ thing will be figured out and we won't have to do these gyrations.
The Camera Companies need to come around to the way photographers need to
work!

Good luck.

Rikk



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