If you had asked me a year ago if I would ever end up writing a book on Nikon Capture, I would have probably laughed and said, “Uh, I doubt anyone will ever write a book on Nikon Capture.” Nikon Capture was never a bad program, but there have always been certain digital photography rules that you could live by fairly unquestioningly:
1. Digital zoom is never worth using.
2. It’s always better to err on the side of lower ISO, if you can.
3. Image editing programs made by camera vendors are always far inferior to stand-alone image editors.
Even though Nikon capture was a decent application, it was certainly no competition for programs like Adobe Photoshop. But then something changed: Nikon decided to turn its attention ...