Nik Collection

Nik Collection

Nik Collection includes a set of tools to edit and touch up photos
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Nik Collection includes a set of tools to edit and touch up photos. Sharpener Pro can apply selectively improvements to particular areas of the photo. It can also optimize images for a particular printer type. The Color Efex Pro tool comes with a set of filters for a colour correction, you can mix various filters for a different look. There are other tools that can reduce the noise of an image, convert to black and white, etc.

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ibeng

ibeng I want to try Nik Collection.

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Gordon Wilkinson

Gordon Wilkinson This must be the ultimate in Digital Photography development software. A must for beginners and seasoned professionals. Buy it today.

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