Exciting news for Nik fans

We’ve good news for TPSers who like to dabble with a bit of photo editing.

The popular Nik Collection of photo editing plug-ins which was bought by DxO from Google in 2017 has been updated and the new version is now available to download. And, if you’d like to buy it, we’ve a special launch discount link below for you.

DxO seems set on developing the collection further and claims to have re-coded many of the plug-ins from scratch to make up for many years when the software was not maintained. The seven plug-ins work for both Windows and Mac as plug-ins for Photoshop, Lightroom Classic and Photoshop Elements. These include TPS member favourites like Silver Efex Pro (great for adding tonal interest to monochrome images) and Analog Efex Pro (which can add film-like qualities to digital images). The new version is called Nik Collection 2018 and you can take a free 30-day trial here.

It’s great news that Nik is once again being developed, but the £59 price tag might be a concern for some after Google had made it free in 2016. However, £59 is a lot more palatable than the £150 that Nik used to cost and, if you’re quick, you can grab the entire Nik Collection at the special price of £39.99 from this special discount page. A nice new tool to play with over the summer recess!

[Thanks to Marie-Ange for the tip-off!]