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Escaladieu Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2010Tue 01-Oct-13 06:14 PM
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"Trying out the 18-35 & Photoninja"


Artiguemy, FR
          

I have the new 18-35 but have not really used it much. Decided to take it out today for a test run. Developed the RAWs in Photoninja - pleasantly surprised by the results ...





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LL49Wat Registered since 21st May 2004Tue 01-Oct-13 10:00 PM
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#1. "RE: Trying out the 18-35 & Photoninja"
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I really like the color and texture of your stones; they are the part of your pictures that really caught my eye! The subtle coloring of the smokestacks also caught my eye. However, I think my favorite of the two pictures is the first; I feel as if I am in the French countryside when I look at it.

I've also been looking at Photo Ninja. I haven't shot all that much in RAW but want to move over to doing so almost full time. Do you think Photo Ninja would be good for a newbie?


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Escaladieu Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2010Tue 01-Oct-13 10:24 PM
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Tue 01-Oct-13 10:25 PM by Escaladieu

Artiguemy, FR
          

>I really like the color and texture of your stones; they are
>the part of your pictures that really caught my eye! The
>subtle coloring of the smokestacks also caught my eye.
>However, I think my favorite of the two pictures is the first;
>I feel as if I am in the French countryside when I look at
>it.
>
>I've also been looking at Photo Ninja. I haven't shot all
>that much in RAW but want to move over to doing so almost full
>time. Do you think Photo Ninja would be good for a newbie?
>
>
Yes, I do, its easy to get good results with a few clicks - great if you are processing a lot of images or if you are new to Raw processing.

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