Thanks Roger H.
I'll certainly give it a try, although purchasing ANOTHER developer
for RAW files has to be something I'm reluctant to do!
On Fri, 24 Apr 2009 00:58:47 +0900, Roger Howard
> On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:35:56 +0900, "Roger D. Williams"
> <roger@...> wrote:
>> All four programs have their good and less good points. But
>> CS2 is hard to beat for ease and speed of use and generally
>> satisfactory results.
> I don't have a Fuji, but if you liked the performance of Adobe Camera RAW
> in CS2 then it should only get better with later versions - also, don't
> forget, the same engine used in Photoshop's ACR plugin is also in Adobe
> Lightroom, which I find a much better overall tool for purely
> workflow (correcting and processing raw files, and basic tagging and
> organization) than Photoshop+ACR. It's also a lot cheaper - about the
> of a Photoshop upgrade - and has a 30 day complete demo available. Give
> Lightroom a try!