Last year some time, I posted on another website that NX could be used as a good teaching tool. I would like to propose a similar thread here. Why is it good for teaching ? 1. Edits do not change the original file. 2. Any edit can be re-opened and examined, modified, deleted or cloned. 3. By virtue of the above, more than one person can work on the same file (it can be passed back and forth). What I did was to publish a NEF file and invite people to modify it to get the best results they could. Each one then posted their version and made the NEF available for download. This helped me a lot. I got to see different interpretations and to see how they were implemented. I then used the information learned to create my own interpretation and I am still using that picture as my desktop today. For this thread, I propose that we have one picture being worked on at a time. When that one has been done, we can open it for the next candidate. That way those teaching/helping are not overwhelmed. So we need a volunteer to start the process. Make a NEF file available for download and then post the URL here. Anyone good with post processing is invited to work on the picture, and we can all view and discuss the results/process. What do y'all think?