Nikon Capture NX 2 Classes

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If you’re getting started with Capture NX2 and want to get up to speed quickly, then consider taking a class from the official Nikon school. I’ll be teaching a half-day workshop in six different cities around the country starting in November. For $99 it’s a great way to get quickly immersed in the application, and learn the ins and outs of editing with this exceptional tool. The workshops will be held in Santa Clara, Washington DC, Orlando, Chicago, New York City, and Dallas. Check out the official link for more info.

8 Responses to “Nikon Capture NX 2 Classes”

  1. val yang

    Ben,
    I’m interested in the program but it is getting to ‘out of date’. It is slow and uses a tremendous amount of PC resources, which limits its use on a PC.
    When will Nikon bring NX2 into 2010’s 2nd decade?
    Thx,
    Val
    \\

  2. Arjay Dee

    I’m working my way through your NX2 book. It is very useful. I much prefer NX2 to PS as I only need to make basic edits to RAW images. Your book has one shortcoming, why didn’t you include a CD of the images so the reader could perform the same edits? It makes the learning process much quicker.

  3. Bob Kidd

    Ben – You did a great job presenting CNX2 in the NY session. I am glad I attended, Thanks for your expert presentation.

  4. Barbara Schoeberl

    Yesterday (March 19, 2011), I took this course in Chantilly VA. The course was only from 1:00 to 5:30, but it was so full of useful information, it could have been a much longer course. Ben Long’s Book, “Real World Nikon Capture NX2″ was included in the registration fee. I immediately implemented a new improved workflow protocol because of gaining a much more solid understanding of the power of Capture NX2, View NX2, and shooting exclusively in RAW. Thank you Ben.

  5. Denise Moss-Fritch

    Will a Capture NX2 course be offered during 2012? If so, will the course be offered near Seattle?

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