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Old 03-04-2005, 22:42   #1 (permalink)
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Photoshop experts!

This is probably a dumb question, and i apologise if it is !!!!

Is there any way of opening a RAW file created on an EOS20D directly in Photoshop 6 or 7 ? Is there a plug in or something ? They are created as .CR2 files

Thanks in advance, ill get me coat and book the taxi just in case it was a dumb question ! lol
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Old 03-04-2005, 22:43   #2 (permalink)
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there is a plug in i think, but i cant think what it is!!!

/scurries off to findit
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Old 03-04-2005, 22:47   #3 (permalink)
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Flippin eck ! were you waiting for that question ? lol

Thats what i call quick !
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http://esd.element5.com/product.html...p;noquickbuy=1

try that, apparently the PS7 plug in is not available anymore
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Thanks very muchly !

Downloading it now !
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There is an addon that you can download to make Photoshop CS open Canon CR2 files, you have to register now to get it though. other options include using Canon Phot Professinal which should have come with your 20D and it quite a good program or have a look at Raw Shooter Pro which has been written by the same guy that wrote Capture 1. This is currently a free download and worth getting to know as it is very advanced and capable of doing some stunning RAW convertions.

I will dig you up a link now...
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http://www.thephotographyforums.com/...opic.php?t=297

There you go
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Thanks to both of you

I have tried the Canon software, just thought as i got Photoshop and am just getting used to it, it might make things easier ! lol
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It's really worth upgrading to CS for raw support... worth every penny.
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Jings Pook!, you can get excellent RAW support without spending hundreds of pounds on Photoshop.

BreezeBrowser or Capture One for example both do a superior job of converting RAW files than Adobes' plugin.
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Jings Pook!, you can get excellent RAW support without spending hundreds of pounds on Photoshop.

BreezeBrowser or Capture One for example both do a superior job of converting RAW files than Adobes' plugin.
Yes, you can... but you also get CS itself.... which, as I said, is worth every penny.
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Re: PS/CS...If you can't afford it, PM me and we'll have a chat
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