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Bravozulu Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Jun 2012Mon 22-Oct-12 10:27 PM
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"What do LR/Adobe CLS/PhotoNik/Aperture do?"


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I started a thread here on Active D Lighting and some of the responses talked about things that can be done in PP, after the image is captured.

My next DSLR learning step will be PP operations. I currently have ViewNX2. Nothing else. I'm enthusiastic about PhotoMechanic, because I see naming/storage/organization as logical first processes.

Without giving me a sales talk on brands or products, could somebody explain why the various programs are used in combination? And here does CaptureNX fall into play?

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