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yea thats what a workflow program does, it allows you to do batch editing and conversions from raw to jpg.

ex. in LR3 for me, i have lens plugins so LR3 automatically corrects vignetting/distortions/etc then it runs a noise filter and then finally resizes to <5mp. everything is done when i click export.

you dont have to get LR3 or dxo, theres a free one that some of my friends use and they say its pretty good. i just dont remember the name off the top of my head right now......
Oh, yeah, I get that this is what a workflow program does -- I just dont currently shoot enough to warrant doing everything in batches. I only kept 60 shots out of what I shot yesterday before I even got home, and about 20% of those were keepers. That being said, I suppose that a workflow program may not be out of the realm of feasibility.

My problem is, my shooting style for DSLR lends itself directly from the days when I used to shoot film SLRs and try to make every shot count. Granted, I was the jerk in B&W Photo I & II that always had multiple rolls of film for weekly assignments, etc, but that's because I was so ridiculously efficient in processing my own negatives, etc that it was kind of nice to have 5x the negatives to sift through and pick prints from.
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