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« Reply #25 on: June 28, 2014, 19:07 »
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Was wondering...anyone use plugins like the Google Nik Collection to make their photos pop?  Or do you just edit with your own artistic vision?

Yes.  I use Nik Collection and OnOne on occasion  I also edit with my own artistic vision - it's all about what looks good to me.


« Reply #26 on: June 28, 2014, 21:35 »
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Hi Guys

thank you for excellent thread and comments. I was so impressed with your comments that I just purchased the Nik Collection, however I have a minor problem.

Where do you find the filters? In the little box that comes up within PS, it says: 'to add filters to this view, mark a filter as a favourite by clicking on the star icon next to the filter name within the filter interface".

I tried looking through the website but couldn't find anything - maybe I missed it. So I thought it might be easier asking you.

Thanks :)

You actually have two choices

1. Go up to the very top and click on Filters, then scroll down almost all the way and you'll see Nik Collection - highlight that and you'll get the options.

2. You'll see a little gray box on the right - it might be closed up and just be like a little toolbar line in which case you hit the little box to open it. It will show you all the filters and you double-click on the one you want to use.

You can also access them all from LR. Have fun!

« Reply #27 on: June 29, 2014, 00:45 »
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Hi Guys

thank you for excellent thread and comments. I was so impressed with your comments that I just purchased the Nik Collection, however I have a minor problem.

Where do you find the filters? In the little box that comes up within PS, it says: 'to add filters to this view, mark a filter as a favourite by clicking on the star icon next to the filter name within the filter interface".

I tried looking through the website but couldn't find anything - maybe I missed it. So I thought it might be easier asking you.

Thanks :)

You actually have two choices

1. Go up to the very top and click on Filters, then scroll down almost all the way and you'll see Nik Collection - highlight that and you'll get the options.

2. You'll see a little gray box on the right - it might be closed up and just be like a little toolbar line in which case you hit the little box to open it. It will show you all the filters and you double-click on the one you want to use.

You can also access them all from LR. Have fun!

Ah!! Thank you, thank you !! I didn't realise that there was a new item under the PS filters drop down menu - silly me :)

Thank you once again .. and it looks fantastic !! Great plug-in ... thank you again !!

PZF

« Reply #28 on: August 03, 2014, 10:37 »
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Any views on Perfect Effects?

« Reply #29 on: August 07, 2014, 01:33 »
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D'oh. Senior moment = accidental post. Can't find a way to delete it now. Sorry!

« Reply #30 on: August 07, 2014, 03:35 »
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I see that you already have Nik. Anyway, here is great article from Jase :

http://blog.chasejarvis.com/blog/2013/04/four-great-ways-to-get-the-look-of-film-in-the-digital-darkroom/

I use Nik, VSCO and Exposure 6. I have to say Exposure 6 mostly, VSCO only if I dont need edit in PS, and NIK from time to time :D


PZF

« Reply #31 on: August 07, 2014, 07:56 »
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Does anybody use Perfect Effects? Any good?


 

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