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« Reply #25 on: March 26, 2008, 03:59 »
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For now I don't shoot too much but I will try this Lo1 the next time for sure.
I went to the coast and shot some sunset photos(using a 4-stop graduated ND filter), I tried Lo1 and it seemed to me there was a slight loss of dynamic range in the highlights, and it tended to overexpose the sky more than it did with ISO200(however the shadows looked like they actually had slightly more dynamic range with Lo1). Fortunately with bracketing and the incredible latitude to work with in a raw file I was still able to get some good photos out of it. Capture NX wouldn't be all that bad for this reason if it wasn't so slow and buggy on my computer. Windows Vista is horrible to begin with but even Photoshop CS runs a faster and more smoothly than Capture NX does. This evening the first time I opened Capture it crashed on me, the second time I tried it took what seemed like a half hour to save a file to tiff! I think I may need either more ram memory or that windows service pack to get it to run smoothly. If I could get my computer to work correctly and everything had a fast instant response I actually wouldn't mind using Capture to adjust raw files.
That stupid program even seems to mess up my OS even worse than it already is, I had to wait to see these words I just typed because it is now running so slow, time to reboot again I guess >:(
« Last Edit: March 26, 2008, 04:11 by marcopolo »


« Reply #26 on: March 26, 2008, 06:27 »
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Please tell me I'm wrong??? please?  I can't get my MAC at work with CS 2 to open the nefs from my D300.

On the Adobe site 2 days ago, I noticed an upgrade for the D300. Maybe you should go to the Adobe site directly and download the upgrade there.

I followed the link of VikaValter earlier in this thread.

« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2008, 08:05 »
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The Camera Raw plug-in is ONLY for CS3 - not CS2.

According to what I've read, Nikon will not release to Adobe the technology to create a plug in for CS2. Which totally sucks for those who have just purchases CS2 to process their photos. (like me)

The Camera does come with a full version of the latest Nikon Capture due to this, but even with my G5 graphics tower, dual core 2. processors, 2 gigs of ram, 230 gig harddrive, the software still binds while doing Raw files.

Apparently, I'm stuck unless I upgrade to CS3?


digiology

« Reply #28 on: March 26, 2008, 09:37 »
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Try Lightroom.


 

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