A simple question When you use a RAW converter, what is the aim? In PS, you can take the RAW image and then put layers on it, then convert it into another file format. I read DPP is also a RAW converter (and for some people more pleasing than PS). But DPP has a limited number of functions compared to PS. So does that mean that editing a photo in DPP is a 2 stage process? i.e. Do some white balance, exposure stuff in DPP and then transfer the file to PS? And what file should be used? TIFF?