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    I have been away for a while so I am not sure if anyone has mentioned this before, but I received an email this week telling me that as a registered user of one of the Nik products I am now entitled to download the entire suite of products.

    Effectively even if you have only bought one of the plugins you are now entitled to download the full set free of charge.

    They have also reduced the price condsiderably for those who dont already have any of the plugins. It appears that Google are not going to treat these plugins as seperate products but 1 package in its entirety

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    Just found out about this just a few minutes before reading your post RM. Went to site and purchased the collection. Very cheap for the powerful tools that they are.
    Should be fun. Now I may do a little more editing. Not into it much, as usually only spend a few minutes per, but with all these new toys, may have to actually have some fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbillygirl View Post
    Just found out about this just a few minutes before reading your post RM. Went to site and purchased the collection. Very cheap for the powerful tools that they are.
    Should be fun. Now I may do a little more editing. Not into it much, as usually only spend a few minutes per, but with all these new toys, may have to actually have some fun.
    I am sure you will have some fun with them HBG. BTW I have found the Nik webinars very helpful in realising the potential of the software
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    I've been using the plugins since 2008 and find that I get the most use out of Color Efex and Silver Efex. Naturally the results in Sivler Efex are going to be somewhat dramatic, but I find that some of the most useful tools found in Color Efex produce results that are almost imperceptible unless compared side by side. Pro-Contrast is where every photograph I open in Color Efex begins and Darken-Lighten Center is where it will leave.
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