I have a beginner question: I noticed my jpeg processing on my Nikon D60 is usually over saturated and a bit blurry when I crop, and I started playing around with the camera settings and discovered there is a Custom image setting! I should have read the manual earlier. Anyway, I shoot RAW+Jpeg, but mostly end up using jpeg for prints and e-mail because my Photoshop Skills are only a month old, and I am still learning how to process RAW images. My question is what is a good setting for the following to get a natural jpeg picture: 1. Color Mode (Ia, II, IIIa) 2. Tone Compensation 3. Hue Adjustment 4. Image Sharpening I'll admit I tried a few combinations and just made things worse. I shoot mostly family either during daylight with Tamron 18-270, or indoors with the 35mm 1.8. For the rare times I want custom settings, it would be nice to have a natural setting handy. I realize my technique needs work more than the settings, but I would still like some assistance in this area. Thanks in advance.