I use the Nik Collection almost by default when processing photos. At least, I use part of it. Over and over, I use the same filters. It turns out that some of the filters in the Nik Collection that I’ve ignored are just as useful, if you have the right image.
Save time. Save frustration. Save lives. Use a grey card for white balance. This inexpensive little prop can truly pay off when you get to post processing.
You can streamline your post processing workflow using color labels to mark your progress. Here’s a quick post to show how it works.
Fortune Favors the Bold [pinit] I did something bold yesterday. I voted. Why is that bold? It’s because I took a risk. Yes, you could say that I risked standing in a long line, as predicted. That wasn’t the part that was bold, though. My time from arrival to departure was about 50 minutes. The […]
My Review of Nik Software Plugins is Online Now Wow, this is a long one! In my review of Nik Software, I cover all of the plugins in the Nik Complete Collection for photographers. There are plenty of images, both showing how the software works and what kind of results you can achieve using Nik […]