I am loving how easy it is to figure out, at least for what features I'm using the only thing is how it's sometimes tricky finding certain parameters like Active DLighting, you have to click the exposure compensation "gear," for changing sharpness you have to select the picture profiles "gear". It's not taken me long to get the hang of it and I am especially liking how you can save particular adjustments as an "adjustment" think "preset" in Lightroom or "macro" in Microsoft Office and then you can quickly apply these same adjustments to other NEF files very quickly after you "register" it over on the right-hand pane first of the 5 drop-downs on the right under "edit". I came up with the following, saved it as "LS" landscape and I also copied that. Frankly, this is going to make it hard to go back to Sony E-Mount even if I do later find a Sony A on the cheap besides that I actually like the Nikon D itself anyway. The prior way, opening up in Lightroom keeping it "neutral" then exporting that as a TIFF opening up the TIFF in Photoshop CS2 yes, I know, old software and applying the Velvia "actions," that was fine before but this is better, way easier for one and quicker, just enough "tinkering" to be fun.
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