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Which post-processing software do you use?

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Jivko1

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Hi,

Which post-processing software - besides Lightroom - are you happy with? So far I used RawTherapee and Capture NX-D but found both wanting. My camera is D5600. Thanks beforehand!



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I use Capture NX-D and get results like the ones in the How about an insanely low light challenge thread without having to spend too much time in post.



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I use Affinity Photo, ($50.00 U.S.D. for a life time license including up-dates).



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I use Capture One since CO v.6 and followed all of their spectacular
progression
as dedicated RAW converter to v.13.1… and decided to
stop it here because I do not believe v.14 is worth the fuss at all.

CO is the base of my operation, the ultimate in quality and performan-
ce. I do use Affinity Photo since a few years — and my students too —
but only as splendid pixel editor as it is not a dedicated converter.

Adobe free for the last 7 years.



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I use Capture NX-D and get results like the ones in the How about an insanely low light challenge thread without having to spend too much time in post.

Thank You!

I use Capture One since CO v.6 and followed all of their spectacular
progression
as dedicated RAW converter to v.13.1… and decided to
stop it here because I do not believe v.14 is worth the fuss at all.

CO is the base of my operation, the ultimate in quality and performan-
ce. I do use Affinity Photo since a few years — and my students too —
but only as splendid pixel editor as it is not a dedicated converter.

Adobe free for the last 7 years.

Thank You!



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I use Capture NX-D



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I use Capture One V13.1

 

In the past I've used Capture NX-D & Elements V11.

Played with Gimp 







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