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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Fri 07-Jan-11 12:40 PM | edited Fri 07-Jan-11 08:57 PM by billD80

This may be obvious to everyone, but me... Still, coming from a D200, when thi wasn't nearly as noticeable, if shooting in RAW, even though Photomatix has a D7000 RAW conversion ability built-in, I've noticed a HUGE improvement if you convert NEFs to JPEGs (or TIFFs) via VIEW NX2 (or Capture NX2), BEFORE going to Photomatix.

Because of the D7000 WhiteBalance ability, this dramatically reduces the need for PostProcessing Color Correction after the HDR image has been generated.

The final result can be reached either way, but one takes a good deal less labor.

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