nikon d50 features?

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    blumtnsurfer TPF Noob!

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    Just got a D50, trying to familiarize myself with it. If I want Black and White or Sepia images do I acheive this on the camera or in photoshop?
     
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    Photoshop. The D50 has no Black and White mode. Personally, I can't understand why anyone would shoot a Digital in B&W anyhow. Converting afterwards is the way to go, because then you have the color image if you ever want it.
     
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    Couldn't agree more and maybe that's why the don't include the setting in the first place.

    I'm about to get a D50 as well so this post is of interest to me too however I've gotten most of my info by Google'ing Nikon D50 and just reading every hit imaginable.
     
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    AAAHH! Hence all the talk about the "formidable" differences between Elements4.0 and the new pro Photoshop. Looks like I will be saving for software! Thanks for the reply.
     
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    There's always http://www.gimp.org - What I use. 99% of the functionality of Photoshop and 100% Free.
     
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    Gimp rocks.

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    i just downloaded gimp, but im wary of free stuff. is it spyware and adware free? if I install it will i be assailed by nude pop ups (not that that would be so bad...);)
     
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    GIMP is Open Source - free to be used or modified by anyone. It's 100% Spyware-free.
     

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