FREE Nik Collection of Software

Gt Yarmouth Boating LakeIf you’re an existing Nik Software customer you can now get the whole Nik Collection for free just by providing your existing Product Key as evidence of purchase. This offer was introduced by Nik’s new owners Google.

To purchase the whole collection at current rates would cost $149 approximately £100 pounds. When I purchased Silver Efex Pro 2 it was around £150 on its own, so this is an extremely good offer.

The Nik Collection consists of

Color Efex Pro 4, Silver Efex Pro 2, Viveza 2, Sharpener Pro 3, Dfine 2, and HDR Efex Pro.

If you have lost or mislaid your original product key it can be found in the Nik browser in the top right hand corner by clicking on the Nik logo.

You will need to contact Nik through the Contact Page on their website.

I will be demonstrating how to use all tools in Silver Efex Pro 2 in Seminars for Calumet Photographic in September and November 2013. See the Calumet Seminars website for dates in Bristol and Birmingham.

The picture above – North Road Boating Lake in Great Yarmouth was taken while I was working with a client on a one to one training session. I offer one to one tuition with photographers who want to learn, grow and flourish. See my website (address below) for the details of my one to one tuition.

This picture above was created with Silver Efex Pro 2 from an original infrared capture. This small JPEG file doesn’t really give the sense of depth to the picture I created by adding Structure, Clarity and Sharpening the foreground and removing it in the sky and background. So if you can make this picture large as possible get the full effect.

A big hello to all the new followers of my little blog this week.

(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2013

1 response to FREE Nik Collection of Software

  1. Adrian Lewis says:

    Hello Andy – I recall you mentioning this Nik offer and I’m certainly going to pursue it.

    By the way, yesterday I put out a post about formatting memory cards between shoots, and mentioned your blog – there’s also a question about Lightroom that was submitted as a Comment to that post of mine.


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