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April 27, 2006

The Image Doctors #13


Rick and Jason discuss metering and exposure modes with Nikon SLRs, including tips on when to use each mode, how a light meter works, and more. We then continue our series on RAW converters with a discussion/review of Raw Shooter.

Download The Image Doctors for (April 27th, 2006): NPC-ID-2006-04-27.mp3 (41:42, 19.6 MB, mp3 format).

Nikon SLRs offer three metering modes: Matrix, Center-weighted, and Spot. In today's show, we discuss the differences between these modes, how and when to use them, and we offer some tips on getting good exposures with film and digital cameras. In a continuation of our multi-part series on RAW conversion, we take a closer look at Raw Shooter, a product offered in two versions from Pixmantec. Raw Shooter Essentials is a 100% free RAW converter, and does a good job at converting Nikon NEFs. A more full-featured version, Raw Shooter Premium, is available for $89.95 USD.

Table of contents:

Discussion of Exposure: 1:50
Review of Raw Shooter: 26:00

Posted by drjay32 at April 27, 2006 12:43 AM