I agree. However, if you want to test out the experimental Gimp 2.9
which will do 16-bit (and higher) images then download Gimp from my
website www.partha.com and check it out. It comes preinstalled with
UFRaw, GMIC, wavelet family of plugins, etc.
Hope this helps.
On Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 3:33 AM, Ofnuts <ofn...@laposte.net> wrote:
> On 09/02/15 11:53, Adam Kinshasa08 wrote:
>> Hello Gimp Users,
>> FIrstly a big thank you to everyone who responded to my request for help
>> regarding launching Gimp.
>> I have one other question please ?
>> Is Gimp able to open and edit raw images from a Nikon DSLR (.nef images) ?
>> Many thanks
> Gimp itself, no. Gimp plus the UFRaw plugin, yes.
> IMHO you are better off converting your NEF into one or more high quality
> JPEGs in a distinct application (that gives you a lot of choices, including
> Nikon Capture) and do the final edits in Gimp.
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