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Converting a difficult image to Black & White with Silver Efex Pro — MoreThanWords.be Hi, it’s been a while since I did a video tutorial so here’s an old one about a plug-in that suddenly is "hot" again. It’s about converting a "difficult" image with a very bright sky into a dramatic Black & White with lots of sky detail. Done with my Black & White conversion plugin of choice: Silver Efex Pro. The video also shares some tips on file preparation before you enter the plugin. Please note that the info at the end of the video regarding discounts and pricing is no longer accurate. In fact, that's why I wrote that five year old Silver Efex Pro is hot again: while Silver Efex Pro 2 used to be a $199 purchase, it’s now only available as a bundle (the "Nik Collection by Google") with the other 6 Nik plugins and… it has now become completely free!
Nik Software Nik Photography Cover Photo Selection – April 16, 2014© +Saurabh Paranjape This week's cover photo belongs to +Saurabh Paranjape. Saurabh is an amateur photographer based in Northern California. Free Lightroom Workflow Develop Presets Note: These free Lightroom Workflow Develop Presets for portrait photographers have been designed to work beautifully in all version of Lightroom! Be sure to check out our other free presets. Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful tool for processing large numbers of digital photographs. The real strength of Lightroom is its ability to automate the tedious task of processing with presets. Let’s face it, processing 100s or even 1000s of proofs is no fun! As a portrait and wedding photographer, I have developed a set of Lightroom Workflow Presets to quickly process large groups of raw images.
An Overview of Google's Nik Collection Filters for Post-Processing By now, if you have not downloaded Google’s Nik Collection, at the very least you have heard that this once $500 software, was made free for download in March 2016. The Nik Collection, as it has been known for over a decade, is a set of photographic filter plug-ins, and image enhancement tools, that delivers another look and feel to your photo. The Nik Collection is comprised of Analog Efex Pro, Color Efex Pro, Dfine, HDR Efex Pro, Sharpener Pro, Silver Efex Pro and Viveza. As you see, the suite is quite extensive, thus this overview will just touch on its potential uses, and hopefully encourage you to further explore the collection more in-depth. The layout in each set is very similar, which translates to ease of use once you get the hang of it. Preset filters are listed down the left side panel of the dashboard.