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    Processing raw images......

    As most of you probably know, I'm a DSLR newb. I have been shooting in raw as of late and using the included raw processing software. Its not that bad but its no Photoshop. I have one pic in particular I have been playing around with because I can't seem to decide on which "processed pic" looks the best.

    When 3 or 4 versions all look good but are slightly different, how do you decide???

    BTW raw FTW. Unbelievable how much you can adjust the photos without creating noise.

    Thanx guys
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