Bibble Labs today announced the first RAW Workflow update of 2007, adding support for the latest RAW enabled camera formats, and including — for the first time — several of the most popular 3rd party plugins for Bibble. Like all Version 4 Upgrades, 4.9.5 is free for all existing Bibble 4 customers. Among the free plugins included in this update are Andy, a Black & White Film Simulation tool that instantly creates black and white conversions by simulating the look of many traditional film and paper combinations, Gina for Skin Tone Correction that can quickly and beautifully reveal more natural skin tones, and Roy for Color Adjustment to deepen the blue in skies or to make other color-based adjustments. Other plugins included can be be used for selective saturation enhancement, multi-zone exposure adjustment and novel image toning. With the inclusion of these free plugins, Bibble customers have the broadest selection of image adjustment tools at their disposal. Bibble is available in both “Pro” (US$129.95) and “Lite” ($69.95) versions for Windows, Macintosh (PPC/Intel as a Universal Binary) and Linux.