I have a set of wedding pictures that a local photographer took for us. We hired him, but chose to just have him send us the files (as opposed to sign up for an expensive photo package). So he took the files with a Nikon camera in RAW format. For us, he delivered JPG100's, not raw (which I believe will be fine for our purposes). The photographer did mention that because these files were taken in a raw format, they've gone under no digital processing / alteration whatsoever. He said even cheap consumer cameras will do something upon saving...these files haven't had anything done to them (except straight conversion from raw to jpg). We have approx. 114 photos that we're going to keep for a general set of prints. Is there some kind of general process I can apply to the 114 photos? What type of tools would one use for that? And of the few photos that we care to blowup, what type of photoshop work should be done on those? Should I outsource this? Sorry for the long narriative. I should not that I am very inexperienced at manipulating images (don't even have photoshop, just gimp)........so when you're answering, talk slowly and use small words.