Google Abandons Its Free Photo Editing Tools
Google is abandoning the Nik Collection, its free suite of photo editing tools. The company isn’t killing the Nik Collection, so it will still be available to download and use. However, Google has decided not to develop it any further, putting the future of the Nik Collection in doubt. The Nik Collection is a set of photo editing plugins for popular photo editing software such as Photoshop, Lightroom, and Aperture. The Nik Collection comprises seven different plugins which offer filters, darkroom-inspired controls, sharpening, and noise reduction, amongst others. When Free Means No Longer Useful Google first acquired the Nik Collection…
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