Complete Guides to Nik Collection Plug-ins

Master Nik Collection Plug-Ins

nik-collection-logoThe Nik Collection by Google (formerly Nik Software) is a suite of editing plug-ins for Photoshop, Lightroom, and Aperture. These are my go-to tools when I need to go beyond what I can get out of my raw image files in Lightroom alone. I’ve put together complete guides to the three most popular plug-ins in the collection: Color Efex Pro 4, HDR Efex Pro 2, and Silver Efex Pro 2. Each guide includes a set of custom presets that you can install and use. Each guide is delivered as a printable PDF with interactive features (please read download specs before purchasing).

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The Photographer's Guide to Color Efex Pro 4 ©2012 Jason P. Odell The Photographer’s Guide to Color Efex Pro  My go-to finishing software for landscape and creative urban images Complete product details $9.99

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Introducing The Photographer's Guide to HDR Efex Pro 2, a complete reference for Nik Software's HDR Efex Pro 2.0 plug-in for Lightroom, Photoshop, and Aperture. The Photographer’s Guide to HDR Efex Pro Create amazing high-dynamic range images with HDR Efex Pro 2 Complete product details $9.99 

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The Photographer's Guide to Silver Efex Pro, by Jason P. Odell, Ph.D.The Photographer’s Guide to Silver Efex Pro Professional fine-art quality monochrome with Silver Efex Pro 2 Complete product details
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Nik Collection Video Bundle

Includes training videos for Color Efex Pro 4, HDR Efex Pro 2, and Silver Efex Pro 2

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System Requirements
  • Adobe Reader 7.0 or later to view/print PDF content on a desktop or laptop computer
  • Custom settings files require installation from within specific Nik Software applications
  • Videos require QuickTime Player or compatible player software (Windows users can use VLC Player)
  • Special Note for iPad/Tablet users: These products contain multiple files and are delivered as a ZIP archive.  To download the files to an iPad, you will need  a free ZIP utility, such as iZip for iOS. Android users should consider using WinZip. Otherwise, download and extract the files to a Mac or PC and then transfer them to your tablet device.

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