I was just wondering how you're getting on with Lightroom?
The reason I ask is because, once I get my new camera I really interested in shooting in RAW and doing all my own post processing...within reason of course. I've used Lightroom a bit for playing around with jpegs, but still really haven't explored it that much and I don't really understand how it all works. At the moment I'm just moving sliders here there and everywhere not really sure what I'm trying to achieve!
Have you tried any other Raw converters or do you think Lightroom is good enough? I'm planning on getting the Canon EOS 30D so I know it's compatible with Lightroom and with Photoshop CS3, which I have, but haven't used yet.
p.s. How do you include pics in your post? I've got a comparison I wanted to post, even though it's not from a Raw image, but it was done using Lightroom.
I've been getting on well with Lightroom, when I've had a chance to use it. I've done some limited amount of processing with it. At the moment I'm using it to rate and select my photos I took in New Zealand. This is a reasonably quick process with the software. On the whole I'm happy with it.
As for other Raw converters, I have tried Phase One Capture One and Capture NX but they didn't offer the all in one solution that Lightroom does. I want a single piece of software that catalogs and processes Raw files. Lightroom does that very well.