Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

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What is the best free RAW editor/converter on Windows?

I want to view and edit pictures that were taken on the setting RAW but don't know how. I dont have adobe or any software so I need to know if there are other ways of doing this please

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marked as duplicate by mattdm, Itai, dpollitt, Imre, ElendilTheTall Oct 30 '12 at 19:50

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Also helpful: How do I get started with RAW photography? – mattdm Oct 30 '12 at 16:19

...use Google? - Although you possibly did this already given you know about Adobe?

So some pointers: Your camera will have normally come with a RAW editor - for Canon this is Digital Photo Professional. Other manufacturers have their own systems - Phocus for Hasselblads for example.

Alternatively, you can search for an open source or other RAW converter. One free RAW editor is RAW Therapee - (Though I don't like the highlight results from it).

I am sure a google search for free RAW editors will offer many other alternatives.

Of course as you mention Adobe, ascending by cost: - Photoshop Elements - Lightroom - Photoshop CS

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Free RAW-softwares from most camera makers: which hopefully is kept updated too. – Esa Paulasto Jun 4 '13 at 19:40

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