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RAW Photo Editing with Corel AfterShot Pro for Linux

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Corel, once a software giant bent on overtaking Microsoft with it's own Corel LinuxOS and Corel WordPerfect products, has just released Corel AfterShot Pro 1.1 for Linux (and the other two big OSes).

AfterShot Pro uses OpenCL for the near-real-time rendering of colour adjustments and the like. While AfterShot Pro works to manipulate your JPeg (.jpg) images, it's real power lies in how well (and quickly) it can manipulate a variety of RAW photo formats, including those taken by my Nikon D5100, the RAW photograph .nfp files.

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