Nik Collection 3 from DxO

Having been a user of the original Nik Collection, I thought it would be good to check out the updated versions from DxO. Just like the original Nik Collection, the updated version offers a clean easy to use interface for this set of plugins for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. The software also works seamlessly using the 'Edit with' function in Capture One Pro. With a quick edit using Color Efex Pro 4 and Silver Efex Pro 2, the most noticeable difference from the original software is the slickness, a much quicker and glitch-free round trip in editing, wherein the previous version I often obtained some unpredictable results. The images below show some of the results possible in just a couple of minutes in using Nik Collection 3. You can click the banner below to get a free 30 day trial of the updated Nik Collection.   The comparison below shows the original image and the result from Color Efex Pro 4 The comparison below shows the...
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Home is in the village of Graveley, situated between Hitchin and Stevenage in Hertfordshire, England. For all my photography I use Nikon Cameras D7200, D7500, shooting in RAW format to allow me to get the best I can out of the images captured. My software of choice for processing is a combination of Capture One Pro and Adobe Photoshop. Using Capture One Pro over the last three years has seen my use of Photoshop diminish greatly, where now 95% of the time all work is processed in Capture On alone. Capture One offers fantastic control of your RAW files with complete control of exposure and colour. Capture One also offers preset styles, allowing one-click options for film emulation, colour grading, mood and much more. ...
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