To convert raw takes forever.

Started Jun 1, 2013 | Discussions thread
tko
tko
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don't convert then :)
In reply to Johnyguy, Jun 2, 2013

Not being snide. Go to an all RAW workflow to review and edit, only convert the ones you really like.

Remember, unless you're documenting a family get together, only about 1-10% of anyone's photos are worthwhile. Only process the best.

http://www.fastpictureviewer.com/

Fastpictureviewer will let you view, rate, and sort into folders all your RAW files very quickly.

Imatch will then import the raw images into its data base, using FPVer's rating, where you can organize them further.

Lightroom or photoshop will edit the RAW image directly before opening as a JPEG.

So, no need to convert until you find that one out a hundred image.

If you do want to convert every photo at your kids B-day party, you can just let a batch conversion go overnight.

I really have very few JPEGs on my computer. Only the best of the best.

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