Composite Image Processing

There are situations where you may end up with shadow and light in the same image and certain area of your image may get underexposed or over exposed. In that situation we will have to process the same RAW file multiple times to get the details we want from the image and finally do a composite processing in photoshop.

In this chapter we will demonstrate how to do that using Capture NX-D and photoshop combination.

The Deer fawn is in shadows and details not seen properly. You will learn how to fix it.



Duration : 1h 56m 30s

Capture NX-D is Nikon’s own image management application mainly used to process the RAW (NEF) files. This online tutorial will deal with all the below chapters in-depth and help you master the entire RAW workflow with ease.

lesson 1 – introduction
lesson 2 – exploring the capture nx-d window
lesson 3 – exploring the menu bar
lesson 4 – the folder palette
lesson 5 – the tool bar
lesson 6 – edit and metadata palette
lesson 7 – capture nx-d preferences
lesson 8 – using exposure compensation
lesson 9 – using white balance
lesson 10 – using picture control
lesson 11 – using tone and details
lesson 12 – the adjustment manager
lesson 13 – example 1 – crop and retouch
lesson 14 – example 2 – using levels
lesson 15 – example 3
lesson 16 – example 4 – composite image processing
lesson 17 – saving as jpg or tiff
lesson 18 – capture nx-d conclusion

At the end of this course, you will have the confidence to process your Nikon RAW (NEF) files and get the look and feel of the final images as processed by any professional expert.

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