A few weeks ago, Google® announced the Nik® Collection of plug-ins—which Google has owned since buying Nik Software in 2012—would now be a free product. This sent a few shock waves through the photo industry, and in the last few weeks, here at ON1 we’ve seen a bunch people asking if we’d follow Google/Nik by making our plug-ins free too. How would we compete? What was our plan?
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Happy Friday! We just posted the video from the live “Ask Matt Anything” video the other day. The topic was workflow and any questions you have about what apps to use and in what order. The questions were taken from the Event blog post, where I asked you to submit your questions ahead of time. I also went through and wrote the questions I covered below, and grabbed the general time-code for each question in the video (see questions below). So if there’s anything special you want to jump to, that should make it easier. Have a great weekend!
In Browse 10, there are multiple different ways to catalog your favorites photos. By using albums, you can either manually add in all your best images or you can create a specialized search criteria to sort through your favorites.
If you want a fast way to view, cull, and edit photos and not wait on a slow import or cataloging process, look no further. It’s ON1 Photo 10. Photo editing made simple. Matt Kloskowski explains how ON1 can help you.