For now I use the Canon Photo Professional 1.5 software but can't wait till Capture One 3.6 is out. 3.5 doesn't support CR2 (Canon Raw 2.0) but I use that for the CRW
pics from a 300D.
C1 is just so much better then CPP and PS CS
. Much easier to apply changes to multiple images and then there is the queue. CPP lets you apply changes to multiple and do a batch but in C1 you can also name the files.
So I edit a few files (like Eduard does but in C1), and get a common setting, and apply it to all images.
Then I go by the images and see if it's al the way I want and edit where needed.
I add a name and put it in queue.
When I'm ready to go to bed I start the development and in the morning I have Gb's of TIFs waiting for me (or I send to photoshop direct).
I then go to PS CS
to convert to hires JPEG for printing and lowres smaller image for web.
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