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#1 Jon Porter

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Posted 21 June 2016 - 08:39 PM

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I use Photoshop CS6 (on OS 10.11.5) as my only photo editor. It no longer supports RAW files from new cameras, including my X-E2S, so I convert images to DNG for editing. This works fine but I'm curious if I'm missing anything by not editing from native files. So I did a test of printing an RAF file converted to DNG, another opened in Silkypix, and a third opened in the trial version of Iridient. All three prints look good. I can't see any flaws or advantages in any of the three editing methods.


Has anyone else done comparisons between DNG and RAF files? I'd be interested in hearing other peoples' experiences with this.

Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: X-E2S, RAF, DNG


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