Camera Raw plug-in???

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by crystalview, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. crystalview

    crystalview TPF Noob!

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    I could have sworn that there is a camera raw plug-in out there for photoshop 7. Am i imagining things? Do you any of you know where to get it?
     
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    hmm that's odd. Why not try the CS plugin and see if it works. Just remane your existing file or move it and copy the new one over.
     
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    get it here

    official site.
     
  4. MDowdey

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    what exactly does that plug in do?

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    it let's you "play" with the raw image. that means that you can adjust the white balance, aperture settings and many more options which i don't remember because i didn't use it long time ago
     
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    That plugin doesn't work with Photoshop 7, only with CS.
     
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    Photoshop 7 doesn't officially support RAW files. CS is their first release with official support. I'm sure you probably don't want to upgrade unless you have to so there maybe other ways around it.

    If I'm not mistaken you just got the Nikon D70. You can try installing Nikon's software which is either Picture Project or Nikon View. For Photoshop CS it installs a Nikon plugin that allows photoshop to read Nikon's raw files. In Picture Project there is also a command that let's you edit in other programs so try that next.

    Lastly, if all else fails you will just have to tell Picture Project or Nikon View to save your files as either jpeg or TIFF. TIFF is the preferred choice but either format can be opened in Photoshop for editing.
     
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    Raw support isn't the reason to upgrade to CS. 16 bit support is the reason.
     

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