What to do if you love photo editing plugins

Are you one of those heartbroken photographers that consider themselves treated unfairly after having the Nik collection installed for free? Think again. Before Google made the Nik collection available to all for free (the certain sign of death), it cost $100+. And when it first appeared in the pre-Google ownership days it cost a lot more. So who is really unlucky? Irrespective of the outlay, the biggest disruption is to those that heavily really on Nik for their editing. There are diehard fans that fully embraced Nik in their workflow and made it a part of their money making strategy. Many would surely be prepared to pay extra $ to keep Nik functional in the future. Continue reading

Any idea where Nik Collection is going?

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Nik Collection is free. I suppose we all know about Google’s move by now. For many, free is an end in itself and I have to say I cannot complain about this part. But even if it seems like it is the perfect deal, like everything else, there are advantages and disadvantages. As far as things stand right now, the advantages seem to have the upper hand: Continue reading