Learning how to use Nik software

Autosave-File vom d-lab2/3 der AgfaPhoto GmbH
Top o the afternoon to ya, Just sitting back in my home office, learning how to use the Nik Software suite, now owned by Google.  I’m especially enjoying the ability to go back to my scanned film negatives and cleaning them up, or adding some more grain as it were.The photo above, was taken several years ago, while I was photographing and living in Tokyo, Japan.  It’s one of the many images I am working on, that will go towards forming a book.I am hoping to publish it on Amazon, for a limited printing. So that all of my friends & family may have an opportunity to acquire it; for those interested in the work.  I sure was fun making the photographs, and creating the book is pretty cool too.Sam-Merry-Pippin-Frodo

That’s all from the Shire,
Pm30, bout’ time to go off an drink a spot o tea, eh, Jameson’s Irish whiskey rather

Published by paulmansfield30

Photographer & Writer in San Francsico. Learning new things every day & making new friends, is what it's all about. Current tv show: Star Wars The Bad Batch. Current project: developing Japan Travel Photography books (chapters).

2 thoughts on “Learning how to use Nik software

    1. Hey there Dolphin, he he! thanks. Well, haven’t quite bought it yet, still using the trial copy, but hum! going to try to use the vendor key, I received from this nice lady customer, who worked at Nik, while I was still at Calumet, she gave me. We’ll see how it goes..
      Thanks, though, Liz, the book is well-underway.. will let you know when it’s all finished. That’s great that you’re diggin on the software too. I’ve seen some awesome stuff of yours on FB, recently.

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