I’m trying out a new photo editor called RAW Power. So far it’s pretty good.
Processing a photo of our bunny in RAW Power.
pTerodactyl flying overhead
Buddy working hard
Almost the same devilishly cool temperature inside as outside.
Sunrise looking south
Cresent moon at sunrise
60 thoughts on “RAW Power”
The photos look beautiful, Tim.
I did see the crescent moon and two bright planets this morning, one planet near the eastern horizon, the other father away and closer to the moon.
The one closer to the horizon was Venus and the one closer to the moon was Jupiter. Thanks, Lavinia.
Thanks for the planet ID, Tim.
You are welcome, Lavinia.
Gorgeous raw power Timothy!
I would say this raw talent of yours is powerful Tim! Good you’r having fun! Great captures and buddy is working way too hard. 💖😂
You’re so Welcome!
All are delightful. I particularly enjoyed the flowers, and buddy, of course.
You’re welcome, Tim.
The… Raw power is already there in your shots!!! 😉 Thank you for the morning beauty!
YOu are welcome, Marina.
This looks like a great RAW editior for MAC 🙂 I use Rawtherapee a free, cross-platform raw image processing program (Windows, Mac, Linux)
From peonies to Buddy… love them all. And you always had the power when it comes to photography!
The irony of ‘raw’ isn’t lost on me. These photos are splendid, and I can almost smell those flowers!
Thanks, Mary Jo.
That’s the software that I use. Your flower pix are very lovely.
It’s pretty good. Thanks, Susan.
Just lovely Timothy
Just beautiful Tim, love peonies, that pink so pretty.
Thanks, Sue. Peonies don’t last long out here. It gets too hot for them.
It’s a shame as they are beautiful.
It’s been cooler the past few days so the peonie have been happy.
Editor seems excellent. So clear pictures 💯👌
Belle foto 🙂
As always, beautiful shots. I think the iris image is magnificent
The images look very clear and crisp. I’m still waiting for my peonies to bloom. Yours are lovely.
Thanks, Liz. Our peonies are enjoying the cooler temperatures this week.
You’re welcome, Tim.
RAW Power looks interesting. From your screenshot, it bears a close resemblance to the Corel PaintShopPro photo editor that I use.
It could be an offshoot. So many of the editors have the same look these days. Thanks, David.
That new photo editor works great! Buddy is doing a great job guarding that mouse pad. And never seen a hummingbird backside before….
I’m happy to give you a first. Buddy is is a good staff member. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
The pictures are powerfully beautiful.
Never heard of that raw editor – will have to take a gander at it. Most of my processing is done in Lightroom and then I touch them up, copyright ’em etc. in Photoshop.
Hi Brian, I don’t like Lightroom. I learned to hate it when it first came out. I have mainly used Bridge and Camera Raw, and do the reduction and signing using batch processing in PS. What I’m liking about RAW Power is I can do all the adjustments, and then it will reduce and sign each photo when I export them. I can send images to Affinity Photo if I need to make more adjustments.
All fab shots Tim! Did you pay for RAW?
Is Photo Shop still a big deal? I’d like to have an editor that had a decent retouch feature, and superimpose.
Raw power was $30. I would suggest Affinity photo. It’s on sale for 1/2 off ($27 USD) https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/photo/#buy. Affinity is a one time buy. It’s very good. I use Affinity Photo instead of Photshop at the office. Thanks, Resa.
Thank you, from me too 🙂
You are welcome.
That carnation and rose are gorgeous ..
Your flowers are out of this world beautiful Tim. I just can’t afford to buy any professional programs for photography. Just use what came with my Mac book air – Your roses are unreal. I have been taking photographs like crazy here in Kirkland, WA – ten minutes from Seattle. I forgot just how lush and gorgeous the flowers are here. You sure have a green thumb! Thanks for sharing.