Nikon soft­ware

George Cairns shows you how to ex­port your im­ages to a range of des­ti­na­tions

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Ex­port your photos to a range of dig­i­tal des­ti­na­tions us­ing Cap­ture NX-D

Our old ana­logue film prints are most likely sit­ting on a shelf, hid­den be­tween the pages of dusty photo al­bums. While the phys­i­cal photos in our al­bums may only be viewed by a hand­ful of peo­ple, our dig­i­tally shared shots can be en­joyed by peo­ple all round the world. In th­ese dig­i­tal days we’re more likely to share our pho­to­graphs in a dig­i­tal for­mat, via on­line plat­forms such as Face­book or Twit­ter. We may also carry our favourite shots around in our phones so that we can show them to friends and fam­ily while out and about.

While Cap­ture NX-D is de­signed to help us share shots elec­tron­i­cally, we can also use it to pro­duce phys­i­cal prints that will fit a par­tic­u­lar pic­ture frame’s size and shape. You can also batch-edit a col­lec­tion of shots to turn large pro­cessed RAW files into eas­ier-to-share, lower-res JPEGs (see our step-by-step guide, right).

Once you’ve tweaked your pho­to­graphs’ colours and tones in Cap­ture NX-D you can send them to View NX-i (another free, down­load­able Nikon app). This app acts as a por­tal to var­i­ous shar­ing sites such as a Face­book gallery. You can send an edited photo to View NX-i di­rectly from within Cap­ture NX-D, cour­tesy of a ded­i­cated View NX-i but­ton.

On this spread (and in our ac­com­pa­ny­ing video les­son) we’ll show you how to use Cap­ture NX-D and its View NX-i side­kick to share your pro­cessed pictures in a va­ri­ety of phys­i­cal and dig­i­tal ways so that they can be en­joyed by more peo­ple.

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