Still waiting for a list of local corrections (brush, graduated filter, radial filter) applied to an image in Lightroom....And no, the History panel is not enough. A list from which we could see and select a specific applied correction would be extremely useful, specially on complex images, where the tool markers are almost invisible among so much detail.When I review an image I have to navigate between all correction tools to check which ones I applied and then search throughout the image in order to find them. That's almost pathetic and extremely counterproductive.
This is a great all purpose lens. I own several prime, but this is my lens of choice for traveling and even street photography with good light. I'm really amazed to get all kind of distance shots with just one lens.Its only drawback is the lack of sharpness at long focal lengths. because CA and distortion are easily corrected. Besides that, I strongly advise you to get one for your holidays.
All I see on those negative comments is pure jealousy of not owning the best overall price/quality camera of the market.
madeinlisboa: Correct me if I'm wrong. Lightroom still has a huge problem. There is no list of filters applied to images, which means that an user must navigate through radial, gradients, brushes, etc, in order to check which ones were applied to an image.
I don't want to undo changes nor search a list with hundreds of entries for something that could be listed apart. Besides, with the history, my catalog main file reaches 1GB in no time.Why should the Virtual Copy be useful if my problem is not finding the adjustment points on a photo???
I've just said some are missing amid the image details. Sometimes I have to search hard to find them, specially on a QHD+ screen. A list would be much easier to work with
@Don Kiyoti: Why?@Hugo808: Try to find all gradients, radial, spots and brushes applied among hundreds of entries in the history...
Besides, I don't want to undo changes. Just to know which filters were applied and where. Some adjustment points almost get lost in some images and are very hard to find
Thanks. I knew that. I'm afraid it is not useful at all. With dozens of changes it would be impossible to track them. And, for performance reasons, I delete the history regularly. I wonder why such useful feature is not implemented. A simple plug-in would do the trick.
Correct me if I'm wrong. Lightroom still has a huge problem. There is no list of filters applied to images, which means that an user must navigate through radial, gradients, brushes, etc, in order to check which ones were applied to an image.
I think I'll change my hobby to fishing....
jkjond: Excellent winner this year. It is encouraging to see this competition is maturing above the predictable winners of yesteryear.
you're kidding, right?
What a lottery competitions are. It depends whether judges awake to their left or right side or they just flip a coin? I feel so demotivated to enter in competitions because I can't understand what is going on their heads, honestly...
Why not at local zoo? What's the point?
LJohnK2: - No mask function- No blemish removal - No CCP- No generic clarity slider- No, No, No,
Hey Nikon com'on up here to Canada.... we have Community College Programs that have 2nd year Co-op students that can produce better than this.
What the hell is Nikon thinking !!!....seriously Nikon just open source your ADL algorithm so real programs like Lightroom can include it and be done with this.
Nik was bought years ago and CaptureNX was updated since, so why this sudden, idiot move??
Capture NX2:- Mask function... check- Blemish removal... check- CCP... ? I know CCCP (former Soviet Union)- Clarity Slider... check (with nik plugin)- Yes, yes, yes... but those idiots at Nikon killed the software
While Canon enhances their RAW converter software, Nikon replaces CaptureNX with this short featured piece of crap. Did they bother to listen to their clients when this came as a Beta? I have some ideas where you can shove this, Nikon...
nycgazelle: Jesus Christ People! I can't believe all the stupid complainers about this. 9.99 is two cups of coffee a month. Life is expensive...THIS most certainly isn't. I like it because for the first time in years..I did buy photoshop at full pop once...I can have current versions and not pirate it. I feel great about giving Adobe 10 bucks a month because its an amount I don't even think about when it auto deducts. This prevents everyone who couldn't plop down X amount of dollars at once for the software to pay a modest fee and feel good about themselves and enjoy a tremendously awesome product.
I don't drink coffee...
flashkube: I just want to say that once you break away from Adobe products you will love it. I suffered for years learning their stuff with disorganized training videos all over the web. Adobe staff are certainly not friendly, either, if you manage to contact them through their convoluted and awful website.
If you have a Mac get Pixelmator for only $25. Much better to use AND the training videos are well organized on their website. After using it for a month I deleted Adobe Photoshop and good riddance, too.
For Windows or Mac try OnOne Software.com Creative Photo Suite. This gem makes me smile and dance when I edit photos. Photoshop always made me grind my teeth and curse under my breath nonstop.
That's because PS is becoming more and more a tool for just artists or bad photographers
Meanwhile, Nikon replaces Capture NX with a (not free) great piece of crap. Nice one Nikon!
How about a do-all-the-work-for-you feature? I could have a good night sleep while PS does it all for me.