Nikon | Imaging Products | CaptureNX2
Nikon Capture NX 2 – Control and quality Nikon Capture NX 2 takes a major step forward over version 1.x, offering a host of improvements. General improvements include: Workspaces — Capture NX 1.x was awful with more than one monitor; NX 2 not only seems to understand multiple monitors but allows the creation of user workspaces, in addition to four “canned” workspaces that exist by default: Browser, Metadata, Multi-purpose and Edit. The user can swap between these workspaces quickly.Palette layout — the settings are now directly visible in NX2, making it much easier to see overall options for multiple adjustment palettes.Improved file browser.
Imatch photo management
I have discussed digital imaging workflows elsewhere. In this article, I would like to focus on the asset management using IMatch. Category management The main reason why I selected IMatch is for its advanced category management. This masquerades as a hierarchical system, but it is actually a full-blown set theoretical system with: Inclusion relationships: if a category is under a more general category, anytime you search for the more general category, the images under the more specific category will also appear, without having to assign them to the more general category explicitly as well.Multiple inclusion (a category can belong to multiple larger categories.Derived categories: you can have categories that are defined using boolean formulas of categories and file system folder location. Image category management with IMatch | Fazal Majid's low intensity weblog
Imatch Review This software is available for Windows PCs. A Mac version is not available By: Nick Rains