Nik Software Suite Deeply DiscountedDPMag Published in Blog
Last fall Google bought Nik software and promptly pulled support for the desktop version of Nik's popular Snapseed editing software. That got folks talking, and worrying, that maybe Google was going to turn the Nik suite of photography plugins into something impractical for serious desktop post-processing work. So last week when the company announced the Nik Collection by Google, a whole lot of photographers breathed a collective sigh of relief. Then they gasped and said, "Check out that new low price!" So now for one low payment of $149, one can purchase the entire suite of Nik software plugins—plugins that together cost more than $500 around this time last year. Read all about it at the DPReview Connect blog.
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