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Nikon View NX-i Available for Download

Here. View NX-i is Nikon’s free software for browsing and converting video and still content generated from Nikon cameras.  It replaces View NX2.

How we got to here is a little convoluted and not without some controversy among Nikon enthusiasts. 374 more words


The Relentless March of Technology and Image Editing Software

Editor’s Note: This post appeared verbatim in the July 15, 2014, newsletter. It is being posted here by request.

One thing is certain when it comes to image editing software: Change is inevitable. 589 more words


Playing around with black and white conversion.

I love black and white photos and thus, I do a lot of black and white conversion of images that I have captured in color. After converting my raw images in either Adobe Lightroom or Capture NX2, I then convert the resulting colored TIF images in Photoshop with Nik plugin softwares like Silver Efex Pro or Color Efex Pro to black and white. 31 more words


Fool Me Twice...

As I’ve mentioned several times on this blog, I use Nikon Capture NX2 to convert my RAW files.  This, as much as anything, is a result of inertia.  1,057 more words


That Sinking Feeling

When I’m on a photo trip, I have a protocol that I carefully follow regarding image archiving.  I always have my laptop computer with me and at the end of each day I download images from my card(s) to the computer’s internal hard drive, creating a unique folder for each day.  2,232 more words





I started out taking digital photographs with a Nikon D700 DSLR.  Because I thought it best to process the D700’s pictures with another Nikon product, I bought Nikon’s… 295 more words


Collapsed Home in HDR

I finally tried to do some bracketed shots on this collapsed home in Fayetteville, AR. My Nikon D7000 has a bracketed setting and does all the exposure setting for you on 3 photos in a row. 165 more words

Nikon D7000