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One program does it all. Learn about the new Nikon NX Studio
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In the computer world, a “third party” may refer to either a hardware manufacturer or a software developer. It is a label given to companies that produce hardware, software for another company’s product
Regardless whose camera you shoot with, no one understands the file that has been captured better than the manufacturer of the camera. In Nikon’s case Nikon makes the glass, grids the glass and coats the glass that is in every Nikkor lens. Nikon designs its own sensor based on the knowledge of making the glass, coating and lens. That sensor is then manufactured on machines called “steppers” that Nikon manufactures. (Nikon is the industry leader in laser lithography)
What that all means is that if you want the best possible file you need to use the raw processor made by the designers of the sensor and lens you are shooting with
In this workshop the world’s longest user of Nikon Capture software will take you through a soup to nuts, start to finish workflow with NX Studio.
The mission is to bring the Nikon experience to your computer with NX Studio, a comprehensive image-processing suite designed for viewing, processing and editing images captured with Nikon digital cameras. NX Studio integrates the image viewing features of View NX-i and processing/editing features of Capture NX-D into one piece of software, compatible with both Mac and Windows-based PC computers.
About Your instructor
Vincent Versace is an internationally recognized pioneer in the art and science of digital photography. His passion for natural light photography is manifest not only in his work but also through his role as a creative and technical leader, contributing to innovative breakthroughs across the entire digital image value chain
Vincent is one of Nikon’s founding Nikon Ambassadors and is considered by Nikon to be “one of the top photography artists and visual storytellers of this era. ” Vincent is a recipient of the Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Media Arts & Entertainment, the Photo Mentor and the Shellenberg fine art awards. His work is part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History. He is the photographer of Immediate Assistants Medical Rescue Go Team. He was commissioned by the San Francisco Presidio Trust to create a body of photographic work to permanently capture this National Park and Historic Landmark.
Vincent’s work has been highlighted in American Photo, Popular Photography, The New York Times, Shutterbug, Outdoor Photographer, Pro Digital Imaging, PDN, What Digital Camera, Petersen’s Photographic, PC Camera, Studio Design and Photography, Professional Photographer, Digital Imaging and many more. He is the author of the best selling books From Oz to Kansas: Almost Every Black & White Technique Known to Mankind and Welcome to Oz 2.0: A Cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop . His book, Welcome to Oz has been selected as Shutterbug Magazine’s best how-to book of the year. Vincent was the original host of the Epson Print Academy and is a member of the Epson Stylus Pros. He is also a Nikon Legend Behind the Lens, an Xrite Colorotti, Lexar Elite Photographer, Team NiK Elite Photographer, Benq Ambassador an American Photo Magazine Mentor Trek and Master Class instructor and a former member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team. He teaches regularly at Photoshop World, B&H, the FBI, US Navy Combat Camera, US Coast Guard, Maine Media Workshops and Palm Beach Photographic Workshops.
Vincent’s passion for photography dates back more than four decades when, at the age of seven, his wedding-photographer uncle introduced him to the magic of the darkroom. Within two years, he had sold his first photo. Within ten, he had booked his first professional assignment. Today, based in Los Angeles, he divides his time between commercial and fine art photography assignments, teaching, and consulting for such suppliers as Nikon, Epson, Nik, OnOne, X-Rite, Adobe, Hive Light, Sunbounce and others.
This session will NOT be recorded.