Adobe Elements and D50

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by Mbt6, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. Mbt6

    Mbt6 Guest

    Does the Adobe Elements software edit the NEF file format out of the D50?

    Would this be the better way to go over the Nikon editing software?
    Mbt6, Mar 19, 2006
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  2. PSE3 and 4 with ACR 3.2 or later support the D50 raw format. However, so
    does Raw Shooter Essentials which is a free converter.
    What editing do you have in mind? And do you mean the free software with
    the camera Picture Project or Nikon Capture? I always thought PP had a
    brain dead interface and only had it loaded for less than 3 min. I've used
    Capture for a while, but moved to PSE3 and RSE.
    Ed Ruf (REPLY to E-MAIL IN SIG!), Mar 19, 2006
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  3. Mbt6

    aemd Guest

    Simple answer: yes and yes.
    WIth Elements, should you be so inclined (and you should), you can learn to
    use color management as well as very sophisticated image
    manipulation/finsihing. Combine this with a decent (meaning upper end Epson)
    printer and you might be amazed at the quality of images you can eventually
    Pixmantec et al converters, including the Nikon raw converter, still require
    final image processing in Elements/Photoshop anyway for the most part. The
    Pixmantec raw converter, especially the one you pay for, is very good (I use
    it alot) but I would concentrate on learning Elements and color management.
    aemd, Mar 19, 2006
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