[ADV] Nikon D70 Tonal Curve Uploading Tool - ToneUp v1.11r

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by news, Jun 9, 2005.

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    news Guest

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry to post an advert, just trying to raise a bit of interest in an
    application I am developing.

    ToneUp is the only product on the market, apart from Nikon Capture, that
    allows the user to upload tonal curves into the camera's custom curve area.
    It also allows you to import both types of Nikon Capture curves.

    ToneUp is an on-going project and therefore very aggressively priced, with
    upgrades available free-of-charge.

    If you are intrested please take a look at www.oxfordeye.co.uk/software.aspx
    and participant in the ongoing discussion forum.

    Thank you for reading

    news, Jun 9, 2005
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    Aljo.cc Guest

    Isn't this really complicated?
    Aljo.cc, Jun 18, 2005
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    news Guest

    Hi Aljo,

    In what way do you mean ? its quite a complicated thing to code but the tool
    is easy enough to use.

    Ive just released version 1.20r, which included an online database and
    embedding the curve name into each shot so you can remember what curve was


    news, Jun 19, 2005
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    Aljo.cc Guest

    By changing the curve in the screen of your program you change the color
    (temperatures) in the picture?
    I mean how do you know the track of the curve you want or need for a
    particular picture? That must be rocket science... That is probably the hard
    Aljo.cc, Jun 22, 2005
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    news Guest

    Hi Aljo,

    The curve in ToneUp changes the luminance of the pixels (ie, the brightness
    of the pixels at different intensities). By doing this you can, for example,
    reduce the amount of blown out pixels in an image, or help retain more
    detail in shadows. Or, you can use a curve to boost the mid-range luminance
    of an image and give it a little more 'pop' (which D70 image generally

    To create a curve you select a test image similar to what you normally shoot
    and adjust the curve to give the desired look. Then just upload the curve
    into the camera and each shot will come out similar to the test shot.

    Hope that makes sense :)


    news, Jun 23, 2005
  6. I just change what film I load :)
    Andrew Hennell, Jun 23, 2005
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