Nikon Capture NX 2 Essential Training

May 3, 2012 by · 3 Comments
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Nikon Capture NX provides a complete editing environment and workflow tool, all built around Nikon’s exceptional raw converter. A complete, non-destructive image editing system, Capture NX also uses Nik software’s uPoint technology for selective editing. This gives you incredibly powerful editing without having to hassle with masks, keys, paths, or any other traditional selection tools. You can learn all the ins and outs of this great image editor in this new five hour and forty minute course at Lynda.com. Watch it now right here!

Nikon Capture NX 2 Classes

August 12, 2010 by · 8 Comments
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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.

Using Nikon Capture NX2 With Adobe Bridge CS4

October 15, 2009 by · 10 Comments
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Frequent visitors to this site know that I’m a big fan of Adobe Bridge CS4. However, if you’re a Nikon user who shoots raw, then you might prefer using Nikon Capture NX for your raw conversions, rather than Adobe Camera Raw. Capture NX is a great program, and, because it’s made by Nikon, does far better with some Nikon raw files than Camera Raw does. However, the workflow tools in NX and NX2 don’t compare to Bridge CS4, but fortunately, there’s an easy way to integrate the two programs.

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Real World Capture NX 2 Now Available

October 13, 2008 by · 8 Comments
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Real World Capture NX2

Nikon’s Capture NX2 offers revolutionary image editing tools wrapped up in a full-featured editing environment, with a built in browser. Real World Capture NX 2 will walk you through every function of the program, while teaching you good post-production workflow, and image editing tips. Aimed at the novice and experienced user, the book is ideal for anyone who wants to use the program.

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Nikon Capture NX2

August 20, 2008 by · 4 Comments
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Capture NX2

Capture NX2 is the eagerly-awaited follow-up to Nikon’s excellent image editing, raw conversion software. While the raw converter only works with Nikon cameras, the editor itself is also compatible with TIFF or JPEG files. Why should you care if you don’t shoot with a Nikon camera? Because Capture NX includes extremeley powerful editing tools wrapped up in a completely non-destructive editing environment.

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Creating an Integrated iPhoto/Capture NX Workflow

May 9, 2007 by · 5 Comments
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Capture NX

If you’ve played at all with Nikon Capture NX, you already know that it has some of the best editing tools on the market (if you haven’t played with it, a free demo version is available here). But, if you’re used to the workflow management and output features of Apple’s iPhoto, you may be reluctant to give up iPhoto’s powerful library features to switch to a Finder-based workflow driven by the Capture NX file browser. Fortunately, there’s a very easy way to integrate the two programs. With an integrated iPhoto/NX workflow, you can import and organize your images in iPhoto, but edit them using Capture NX’s superior raw conversion options and localized editing tools.

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Capture NX and the Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye Lens

April 26, 2007 by · 4 Comments
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Capture NX

Nikon Capture NX provides an excellent auto correction edit for removing distortion from images shot with the Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens. Though I mention this feature in Real World Capture NX, I didn’t have enough room in the book to include examples, so we’re going to look at the specifics of this feature here. With the Fisheye Lens edit, you can create cropped, rectilinear images with a single click.

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Real World Capture NX Now Shipping

April 3, 2007 by · 2 Comments
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Real World Capture NX
No matter what type of camera you use, Nikon Capture NX is an excellent image editing system for all of your post-production needs. While it provides raw conversion only for Nikon NEF files, it’s unique editing tools will appeal to any type of photographer. Real World Capture NX covers all of Capture NX’s features and capabilities from import to output. In addition to detailed tutorials on the program’s unique correction and editing tools, you’ll find discussions on raw shooting and how to integrate Capture NX into your current workflow. If you want to know more about Capture NX, then give the free 30-day downloadable demo a try. Real World Capture NX is shipping now.

Nikon Capture NX First Look

May 26, 2006 by · 5 Comments
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If you’ve been trying to choose an image editor/raw converter and have been confused by all the options (Photoshop, Aperture, Capture One, Lightroom, etc.) then your quandry just got a lot more complicated. Nikon Capture NX, slated for release in the late summer or early fall gives all of those applications a run for their money, thanks to its innovative new approach to image editing.

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