Adobe PS RAW convertor vs Nikon RAW convertor

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Vlad Gunko, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. Vlad Gunko

    Vlad Gunko Guest

    Hello!
    Adobe Photoshop RAW convertor could change only WB and EV.
    Nikon RAW convertor could change significantly more parameters.
    I payed more then $500 for PS and get this stump.

    Could anyone help with this?

    Bob
     
    Vlad Gunko, Jan 25, 2005
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  2. Vlad Gunko

    Eric Gill Guest

    You've got problems.
    I'm wagering Adobe could.
     
    Eric Gill, Jan 25, 2005
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  3. Vlad Gunko

    Chris Myers Guest

    Make sure you're using the advanced mode instead of the standard user mode.
    This will give you many more options.

    Chris
     
    Chris Myers, Jan 25, 2005
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  4. Vlad Gunko

    Vlad Gunko Guest

    How to switch it on?

    Bob
     
    Vlad Gunko, Jan 25, 2005
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  5. Vlad Gunko

    Vlad Gunko Guest

    It's not very funny. I downloaded Camera RAW plug in 2.3, installed as it
    told in instructions.
     
    Vlad Gunko, Jan 25, 2005
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  6. Vlad Gunko

    Owamanga Guest

    You're serious, right?

    Import a RAW file. At the top right of the window, under the buttons
    OK, CANCEL you'll see two radio buttons 'Basic and Advanced'.

    Click on the little white circle next to 'Advanced' and watch a
    smaller black circle appear within it. You are now in 'Advanced' mode.

    Don't screw with anything on the 'Calibrate' tab, you'll only **** it
    up.

    Also, think hard before having any children, sometimes it's not good
    for the gene pool.
     
    Owamanga, Jan 25, 2005
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    Mike G. Guest

    Read the post from 1/21 on this topic, by . You might
    be in this same situation, where Nikon Capture overwrote the PS RAW
    Plug-In file.
     
    Mike G., Jan 25, 2005
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