SAVED by D-Lighting

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I recently upgraded to nikon Capture 4.3 and been playing with D-Lighting feature. Here's a quickie. A shot with a flash malfunction.

If this was an important shot, D-Lighting would indeed render it usable. I know that PS would be able to do the same but I'm no PS expert.

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Ken-L

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It's hard to imagine a better example of how D-lighting can help!

I'm going to remember this......I hope.
 
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PGB

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Thats amazing. I might have to give dlighting another chance. Or, i should learn how to use it is probably more the case. :)
 
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David H. Lewis

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That IS amazing. I've been struggling with whether to go with Nikon software or PS for dealing with RAW files. For now, I'm with PS, but this is certainly impressive.
 
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marc

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excellent

i use nc 4.3 and dee is wonderful, just play with the sliders

thanks
 
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Nikon's D-lighting, PS Shadow/Highlight adjustment, Kodak's Digital SHO pro etc. , they all do a great job.

Combine this with a technique similar to
http://www.outbackphoto.com/workflow/wf_68/essay.html
to have more control over noise reduction.

Herman
 

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