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It usually depends on which software program you're using. Some software does "destructive" editing, where it actually changes the file to greyscale and permanently removes the colour information (programs like paint, photoshop (if you don't use layers or if you save as a .jpg, .gif, etc.) ). Other programs, like Lightroom put a digital layer "on top" of ...
I've used digiCamControl a couple of times with my D7100 (although I haven't tried the newest versions). It's free and open source, and works quite well, except for a few quirks here and there.
A quick Google search led me to a tool in GIMP called the "Resynthesizer Tool," which is apparently GIMP's version of Photoshop's Content-Aware Fill. Here's a video tutorial on using the Resynthesizer Tool. Hope that helps. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEV0X5WNRVY
Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 is available in software stores, Amazon, B&H, etc.
It depends on the camera. Look here to determine whether your camera is supported by Capture One and here to determine if it is supported by Lightroom. There are also numerous other tools of questionable repute which you can find through Google.
I recently bought a PIXMA PRO 100 and would have to agree - the SW drivers that came with it are pretty horrible. The best answer I found came from an Improve Photography post on the printer that you can find here: ...
so i encountered this problem as well and just found out that by opening camera raw preferences and unchecking performance box i was able to make it work. in my case i am using an all-in-one PC that has integrated graphics. perhaps the performance presets didn't agree with Photoshop's requests....
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