New to theDamBook, and relatively new to digital photography -- at least the post-processing part.
I've dabbled with Bibble and played with the Pentax Photo browser. Picked up a Pentax K200D about a year ago.(Some Galapagos samples here: http://oldwithoutmoney.com/galapagos1/galapagos.htm)
I'd really like to be able to do just three things simply, quickly and painlessly (i.e. - a free or cheap lightweight app, 'ideally avoiding the need to Read much of The Friendly Manual).
1. Load up a directory of Pentax RAW (.pef) files in thumbnails large enough so that I can quickly scan them for potential 'keepers' (typically 0-5 per 100
2. Tag the keepers.
3. Have the program copy (not move) the tagged photos to a specified directory.
The app will be used on my Windoze XP box (tho' if there's a Linux program and/or distro that provides a solution, I'm certainly game).
Currently, I'm working on an old-ish Athlon 64 3000+ (1.8 GHz single core) and 1GB of RAM, so less is more -- lightweight is key.