Free to Attend: CLICK TO RSVP | July 28th @ 6:00PM Pacific Time, Online via Zoom
LEARN TO USE NIKON NX STUDIO, THE SOFTWARE THAT DOES IT ALL (And it's Free!)
In this workshop, Vincent Versace - the world’s longest-time user of Nikon Capture software - will take you through a soup to nuts, start to finish workflow with Nikon NX Studio.
The mission of this free online webinar 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 Nikon’s ViewNX-i and processing/editing features of Nikon’s Capture NX-D into one piece of software, compatible with both Mac and Windows-based PC computers. Best of all, it’s a free download. Learn more about and download the software on Nikon’s website by clicking here.
WHY NX STUDIO MATTERS
Regardless of the camera you shoot with, no one understands the file that has been created better than the manufacturer of the camera. Consider this: 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 this all means is that if you want the best possible file you need to use the raw processing tool made by the designers of the sensor and lens you are shooting with.
Vincent 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.
Posted on tuesday 20 july 2021 01:18
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