Nikon Capture NX2 software (25385)
Capture NX 2 easy-to-use software lets you make intuitive photo enhancements which are immediately visible on your monitor. Simply place the Control Point on the area that you want to edit and U Point Technology will analyze color elements such as hue, saturation and brightness, as well as recognize similar areas where an edit would best be applied. This technology powers the entire Capture NX 2 series of Control Points: Color Control Points, the all-new Selection Control Points, White/Black/Neutral Control Points and Red-Eye Control Points. With Capture NX 2, there?s no need to deal with selection tools, layers or lengthy trainingFeatures : Color Control Point:Enhancements for hue, brightness and saturation are as simple as placing a Color Control Point on your image, then adjusting the length of the sliders. For example, Color Control Points are remarkably convenient for changing the color of flowers to better effect against green surrounding foliage.Selection Control Point:This new function enables you to apply enhancements such as Unsharp Mask or D-Lighting to a specific area with just a click of the mouse.Auto Retouch Brush:To simply achieve more natural-looking results, Auto Retouch Brush lets you remove dust spots on an image using a mouse click and stroke to match the surrounding color and tones. Shadow/Highlight Adjustments:Using the slider at [Quick Fix], you can adjust shadows by [Shadow Adjust] and blown out highlights by [Highlight Adjust].Workspaces:Four workspaces are provided: Browser, Metadata, Multi-Purpose and Edit, and your window composition can be easily switched among them.Quick Fix:A combination of frequently used tools including [Level and Tone Curve], [Exposure Compensation], [Contrast], [Highlight Protection], [Shadow Protection] and [Saturation] in a single window.Simultaneous opening of multiple settings:You can open multiple image processing settings at the same time and make parallel process adjustments of multiple details.Label/Rating support (XMP):Supports nine kinds of labeling and five levels of ratings according to XMP, a metadata industry standard.