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Jun 07, 2008 06:23 |  #1

Does anyone know if the plugin for CS3 'NIK Color Efex Pro 3.0' will work with Canon camera produced RAW images?
Or will it work only with N***n images?

Grateful for any help.


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Jun 07, 2008 06:30 |  #2

http://www.niksoftware​.com/colorefexpro/usa/​entry.php (external link)

As far as i can make out from the software website it's a Photoshop plugin - Why would it only work with Nikon NEF files?
You dont work with raw files directly in Photoshop anyway, they have to be converted and then opened in Photoshop.

Download the trial and give it a go


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Jun 07, 2008 06:33 |  #3

scrumpy wrote in post #5677460 (external link)
Does anyone know if the plugin for CS3 'NIK Color Efex Pro 3.0' will work with Canon camera produced RAW images?
Or will it work only with N***n images?

Grateful for any help.

NIK color efex Pro 3.0 with work with any open image in CS3.

NIK Color Efex Pro is highly recommended ;)




  
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Jun 07, 2008 07:10 |  #4

Thanks Kevin and Palladium for the quick replies.
Yes Kevin my mistake about the RAW reference, of course RAW's don't open on Photoshop :rolleyes:

Cheers.


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