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Google’s $149 Nik Collection photo-editing software is now free

Google’s $149 Nik Collection photo-editing software is now free
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Here’s something for the budding photographers to celebrate: Google has dropped the price of its popular (and quite expensive) Nik Collection photo-editing software from $149 to nothing.

The Nik Collection package features seven desktop plugins: Analog Efex Pro, Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro, Viveza, HDR Efex Pro, Sharpener Pro, and Dfine—all of these now free to download to add to your digital photography arsenal. These applications can be used separately once installed on your desktop or collectively if set up in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Aperture.

The Nik Collection is created by German company Nik Software. Since Google bought the company for its mobile photo-editing app Snapseed, it has brought down the price of the Nik Collection from $499 to just $149,  and now the company has announced that they will be slashing the price off completely.

Those who bought the photo-editing suite early this year will be given their payment back once Google has verified that the customer has bought and downloaded the software.

You can download the entire software package here.

Words John Sosmeña

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