KevinS Posted August 24, 2016 Share Posted August 24, 2016 Gordon, you might want to check out DxO Optics Pro for processing RAW files. It will also handle JPEGs, but I wouldn't recommend that. You don't need a PhD in order to learn how to use Optics Pro, and there are plenty of online tutorials available. If you do some Googling, you might find a copy of DxO Optics Pro 8 for free. Apparently the promo "gift" codes floating around out there are still working. I'm still using my free copy of version 8 that I downloaded a couple of years ago. It's a powerful and innovative program. I find that Optics Pro in conjunction with PS Elements do everything that I need at the moment. When I buy my next, more powerful computer, I'm planning on upgrading to the latest version of Optics Pro. John, I did find a link that led to a free d/l of this program. Thanks for pointing me toward this. The lens modules are of great interest as Canon's DPP doesn't support older lenses, Optics Pro 8 does. Kevin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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