I like to shoot my Nikon D-70 in Raw+Jpeg mode. I find the initial culling of bad images terribly slow.
When I load my images onto my computer (Mac not Windows) I separate the card into two directories - one holding the .jpg images and one holding the .nef files. I then use NikonVue on the .jpg files and check the ones that are worth keeping (IE not horrible). Then I move the un-checked files to trash. I have scripts that then filter out bad .nef files so I am left with 'reasonable' images to work with.
My problem is that the process to bring up the view, delete files, etc is SLOW. What I would really like is some fast way to view the file and decide if I want to delete it or not. If I decided to delete it I could quickly move it to trash.
Anybody have such a program? Any suggestions as to ways to make the initial filtering of images fast? Sitting for minutes to bring up thumbnails in nikon vue is killing me.
johnChenaultMember Since 08 Jun 2004
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