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Old June 29th, 2006, 06:48 AM
Ross Stockwell Ross Stockwell is offline
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Default Raw Shooter video status?

Hi Michael

I realize this may seem a silly question (and I am not trying to be a smart axx) given the demise of RSP, but do you have any plans to release the instructional video you have been working on? I for one would still be interested in this. I expect to continue my use of RSP until matters sort out.

BTW- I'll bet you've had better weeks ;)

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Ross Stockwell
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interests:land-cityscape/natural subjects/portrait/figure
Canon 1Ds/CS2-Epson 2400/Imageprint
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Old June 29th, 2006, 10:52 PM
Michael Tapes Michael Tapes is offline
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Actually it was a good week, as I went to the Soup2Nuts(MI) and Microsoft (WA) Photo gatherings, very useful :>)

Regarding RSP videos. I am not sure. I have the RSP WhiBal video complete and will be posted as soon as I finish one or 2 more converters for WhiBal.

I am also at work on the RAW DVD which is my top priority, after helping with the RSP issues and lack of communications. I am having good talks with Adobe regarding this...
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Owner: Michael Tapes Design
Creator: WhiBal - Instant JPEG from Raw - LensAlign
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