If you’re anything like me, you spend a lot of time dabbling with one special effect, moving on to another image, trying another effect and keep on experimenting without a specific aim in mind. Wouldn’t it be better to put the effects you like already to some constructive use, rather than continually roaming your effects library for others? That’s where the batch processing option in the Google Nik Collection is so useful. What, you didn’t know there was one…? It’s easily overlooked, but breathtakingly simple, and here’s how it works. I’m going to launch it from within Aperture because...Read More
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