What this means is that I now have some much more usable images and I processed a few from this batch ready for upload to image libraries. These were a vast improvement on the saved edited versions I had in my files and turned images from a flawed camera into files that now stand a good chance of being bought and used. To me this is the obvious benefit of saving the raw files (I had stored them as DNG files) and no matter how much time I would have spent on getting the best I could in 2004, improvements and enhancements to ACR have meant that I can now get a much better result in a few seconds. How people cannot see the benefit of this bewilders me. But then I guess I should know by now that not everyone values their images, in terms of wanting to get the best possible result from them, as much as I do.
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