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You can have a 30 day free trial at which point you can purchase a license or discontinue use. That being said, you could also try GIMP as suggested by @Count Ilblis.


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Use Adobe's free (and up-to-date version) DNG converter. It will import your raw files, and being a current version, knows about that camera. It writes DNG files which include necessary profile information directly in the file, so older versions of Adobe products can open them just fine.


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If you open a file, and save it as a different file type, you have now a second file. The original dng file is still where it was when you opened it, and you can reprocess it as often as you want, just like a negative doesn't self destruct when you make a print from it. The other confusion you seem to have is regarding megapixels and megabyte. The number of ...


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Using a pirated software is indeed the wrong way (for various reasons) and she should solve this as soon as possible. However if there's a need for a fast solution until she upgrades, she might use e.g. RAW Thereapee (available for Windows, MAC and Linux; Nikon d-180 is supported in current version) to process RAWs into uncompressed/lossless compressed HDR ...


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First of all, when making a lightprobe, the images need to be taken at 90-degrees from each other, not opposite sides of the sphere. If you take them 180-degrees from each other, the bits you want to replace will exactly overlap each other. Secondly, you need to "unwrap" each image to a flat mapping that's a full 360 panorama--they aren't ...



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