Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Fleur de lis
The rusty fleur de lis on this flower pot holder we have out by our pool have lots of character.
One of those items that you don't notice, but when you take a minute to examine them in a photo, they look kinda neat like that.
I bought a new version of Photoshop Elements, version 7. My previous version was v4, and it didn't have the capability to deal with Nikon RAW images from my new D90.
Elements 7 does, and the difference in features between v4 and v7 is a major upgrade for me.
Elements 7 has many more capabilities of manipulating the Nikon RAW files than the old version, so I'm having a blast using it.
I tried the Nikon Capture NX software but I like the layout and ease of use of Elements more than I do the Nikon Capture software. Plus I tried adjusting the same RAW files in both Elements and in Capture NX and I couldn't tell one from another in the final resulting images. I did this with a number of RAW files and for several hours.
So I just deleted the trial version of Capture NX and bought Elements 7 and Scott Kelby's awesome Elements 7 book. I'm set up now.