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Nik Software has bundled its software plugins for Apple Aperture at a lower price of $299.95 for the complete package of Dfine, Viveza, Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro and Sharpener Pro, which would cost over $1000 for the collective package if purchased separately. [click to continue…]

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Complete Collection includes Photoshop® and Aperture™ versions of Dfine® 2.0, Viveza™, Color Efex Pro™ 3.0, Silver Efex Pro™, and Sharpener Pro™ 3.0

Cologne, Germany (Photokina Hall 4.1, Stand F001) – September 22, 2008 – Nik Software today announced the availability of its new Complete Collection of the company’s award-winning digital imaging software products. This new product bundle includes all of the latest versions of Nik Software’s products available at a discounted price of $599, which represents a savings of $450 if purchased separately. [click to continue…]

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PhotograhyBLOG has posted a review of the Nik Viveza image editing software.

Viveza only does one thing, but it does it better than any tool I’ve ever used. If you spend a lot of time in Photoshop or Aperture editing your images, you’ll find Viveza will quickly become an integral part of your workflow, and it will repay the cost of purchase in no time at all.

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Today, Nik Software released its Viveza plug-in out into the wild for Apple’s Aperture 2.1.  The Viveza plug-in is the first big step into localized image editing directly to RAW images.  Previously, users of programs like Aperture and Lightroom were forced to make full image edits in the RAW editor and then export a TIFF or other format to Photoshop for localized image edits.  Aperture 2.1 has allowed photographers to take RAW editing to this next level. [click to continue…]

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