The Nik Collection of photographers’ tools is free.
A comprehensive set of filters for color correction, retouching, and creative effects.
Selectively adjust the color and tonality of your images without complicated masks or selections.
Explore the look and feel of classic cameras, films, and lenses.
Bring out hidden details consistently with the professional’s choice for image sharpening.
If no compatible card is available, GPU acceleration will be disabled and the CPU will be used.
What was once a $500 package of pro photo editing software is now completely free. The high-end Nik Collection of photo editing tools, which was priced down to $149 after being acquired by Google in 2012, is now available for download by everyone.TWCN Tech News (blog)Android CommunityPC Advisor – Google just made its $149 professional photo editing software free – Quartz
Google has dropped the price of the Nik Collection, a suite of seven desktop plug-ins aimed at advanced photographers, from $149 to nothing. The Nik Collection first came under Google’s stewardship when the company bought German developer Nik for its …TechCrunchTech TimesBGR – Google makes its $149 Nik Collection of photography tools completely free – The Verge
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