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Granden 12-21-2006 02:01 PM

Camera RAW programs
I wonders what you photografers use to edit the exposure, white balance and so in a RAW file, on a Linux-machine.

I have tried Ufraw, and I pretty much like it, but I wonders if there is any other program, I can't find any else, maybe there is no other programs, but if there is please let me know.

I would like to try at least one else to compare and see which I like most.

Just because of that when I decided to do a third googling I found a few more, LightZone, free but none open source, it had a few nice tools but was pretty slow because it used Java. And rawstudio as well, it was ok, but its pretty new and you can easy detect that.

So got anything else to suggest please do, or maybe tell which is your favorite of these three programs.


osbie 12-23-2006 02:50 PM

Digicam (kde) with its plug-ins is surprisingly usefull. also Krita (in Koffice -illistration) is 16bit, tho I havent played much with it yet. And Gimp has a plug-in for Raw.

I use Bibble. An excellent program, not open source and cost money (worth it) a 15 day trial is available for both the Pro and Lite versions at

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