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I am looking to get some Raw images in Cannon- CR2/CRW; Nikon- *.NEF ; or Adobe DNG- *.DNG files.

I am looking to process them using some post-processing tool like Lightroom and want to test a few image processing tools provided in it, hence looking to get these raw images from publicly available raw image content.

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From dcraw's FAQ:

Where can I get an assortment of raw photos to test my software?

For the latest cameras, I get samples from Photography Blog. A "Full Review" at Imaging Resource usually includes a few raw shots. www.rawsamples.ch is no longer updated, but it has samples from older cameras. For $800, I sell a complete test suite on six DVDs containing every camera supported by dcraw, and provide web-based updates for $300/year.

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As all three links from the dcraw FAQ no longer work I would recommend this: https://raw.pixls.us/

  • Imaging Resource is working fine, example – brasofilo Feb 3 at 14:32
  • Hmmm. This answer is going to be outdated in an internet moment when that link dies, though this question really can only attract such answers... – user31502 Feb 4 at 14:26
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Apart from pointers given by asalamon74, for many,good raw images here is what I found: http://www.cs.tut.fi/~foi/sensornoise.html

Also one of the URL mentioned my asalamon74 was broken, here is the working/cached version:

http://replay.web.archive.org/20090121110307/http://raw.fotosite.pl/

  • Hi goldenmean. The best way to correct broken URLs and other typo-mistakes other people's posts is just to edit them, or to make a comment on that post. Thanks. – mattdm Apr 27 '11 at 14:39
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    Thanks for your answer! There's no need to 'sign' your answers here on photo-SE... – Jay Lance Photography Apr 27 '11 at 16:43
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DPReview.com provides galleries of sample images taken with the gear they review, and they usually (though not always) include the raw files.

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