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ahubba Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Apr 2009Wed 20-Oct-10 12:40 PM
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"Need Suggestions for RAW & JPEG handling"


North Kingstown, US
          

I shoot in RAW plus JPEG. Usually email the JPEG's to friends and family - do pp on the high quality keeper RAW images. When done, I want to keep the JPEG 'snapshots' and just the RAW images of the real good ones. What's the easiest way to delete just the RAW files if I've imported the RAW/JPEG pairs?

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gwpics Registered since 19th Apr 2004Thu 21-Oct-10 07:20 AM
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Thu 21-Oct-10 07:25 AM by gwpics

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I am assuming that you are using Aperture since you posted here. Why not simply set up a 'smart album' and let the text that it finds be '.jpg' then you will have all the jpegs in one place. You could do the same with a folder, but the smart album will do it automatically for you.

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jaimielan Registered since 25th Oct 2007Thu 21-Oct-10 10:46 AM
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Russellville, US
          

Rob Boyer has a great post about a RAW+JPEG workflow where you just import your jpegs and then after you make your selections you synchronize your RAW files.

This link may be helpful to you.

http://photo.rwboyer.com/2010/09/18/aperture-3-rawjpeg-workflow/

Jaimie

  

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ahubba Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Apr 2009Thu 21-Oct-10 11:52 AM
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North Kingstown, US
          

Thanks for your help - The Rob Boyer post was very helpful

Alan

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Howker Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Jul 2010Sat 30-Oct-10 11:33 PM
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Redmond, US
          

>Rob Boyer has a great post about a RAW+JPEG workflow where
>you just import your jpegs and then after you make your
>selections you synchronize your RAW files.
>
>This link may be helpful to you.
>
>http://photo.rwboyer.com/2010/09/18/aperture-3-rawjpeg-workflow/
>
>Jaimie
>
>
This is a great link to a web site I never knew existed. Looks like the answer to APerture stuggles are all here. Thnx jamielan

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