Robin Laing ha scritto: > I learned this lesson on a project that I was working on. About 700 > pictures of an event all taken in RAW. Weeks of processing. Images are > great but the time was costly to me.
If you use UFRaw you have the option to process pictures by the command line (batch mode). dcraw also works from command line. This way you can create a .bat or a .sh depending on your platform to process all the files stored in a directory automatically. 700 pictures are converted in a few hours. In weeks of processing you have all the time to create batch files from scratch and process your pictures and still save a lot of time. This works if at least most of the photos are taken "correctly", that means no further work on white balance and so on. On the other hand if you have to review every single photo to adjust some parameters it has no sense to process files in batch mode. > Also, when taking RAW photo's, you need much more memory. True, but that's the price to pay for the best quality your photo equipment can afford. Fabrizio _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list Gimp-user@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user