Okay, which software?

Started Dec 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
bikinchris
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Re: Capture NX2

Sunnyjim wrote:

I agree with Kormendi. Capture NX2 is my "go-to" software because I think the photo edits are superior. BTW IMO, NX2 does a better job of removing dust spots than photoshop. You have to first increase the image size to 100% then use the "Auto Retouch Brush", it blends better without leaving a trace.

Once you take the time to fully learn NX2, you will find that it is very powerful and it does an excellent job of making adjustments to your image.

Bob

That's what I heard by word of mouth. Thanks for your input. I do like the simple, quick wprkflow of using View and NX that I already have. In my "day job" of shooting, I am expected to never make any real changes to images (sports photography), So I am certainly no expert on Photoshop I already have.

I just want to be able to set levels and remove any dust spots on the landscapes I shoot on vacation.

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