Y’all! Nik is back!! DxO, the company that purchased Nik from Google in 2017 announced just a couple of days ago that they have re-released the beloved software.
The best news of all, is that the entire suite is now fully compatible with Lightroom and Photoshop.
The Nik Collection 2018 by DxO is now fully functional and compatible with all 64-bit Windows and Mac platforms, as well as with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop CC 2018, and Photoshop Elements 2017/2018. In addition, DxO now provides support in four languages on its website (http://nikcollection.dxo.com/), which will soon include exclusive tutorials. The software suite update, including the seven plugins, is now available in 13 languages, and includes a free 30-day trial period.
Select Subject is powered by Adobe Sensei and lets you get started with your selections faster than ever before. Select Subject automatically selects the prominent subjects in the image with one click. You can then refine the selection using other selection tools.
It’s available in all the places you start selections:
Select the Subject button in the Quick Selection tool and Magic Wand options bar.+
Select the Subject button in the Select & Mask workspace options bar while using the Quick Selection tool.+
The Select Subject command lets you select the most prominent subject in an image in a single click. Powered by advanced machine learning technology, Select Subject is trained to identify a variety of objects in an image—people, animals, vehicles, toys, and more.
Access Select Subject in one of the following ways in Photoshop:
While editing an image, choose Select > Subject.
While using the Quick Selection or Magic Wand tools, click Select Subject in the options bar.
Select Subject automatically selects the prominent subjects in the image. You can then refine the selection using other selection tools. For example, in the illustration above, use the Subtract From Selection option with another selection tool to remove the part of the sidewalk included in the automatic selection.
Hey folks, in an effort make sure we can get through all the pictures and comment on them, we’re going to ask that everyone limit their daily posting to no more than 3 images per day or 1 Album. If you have any questions, concerns or feedback please send Tiff a private message.
Ask For Critique!
If you would like a constructive critique, please indicate in your post by stating: “CC Please” or “CC Welcome”
In addition, feel free to ask for specific feedback on subjects in your image.
Refrain from “Great Shot” Comments
We can all post on Facebook and get “great shot” comments all day long, but here we need to help each other and give thoughtful feedback. This shouldn’t take more than a couple seconds to tell someone exactly what you like in an image or what’s distracting you.
Please feel free to post any nature images, questions, news, or anything related to nature photography that you feel might be helpful to the group.
A good rule to follow…the sandwich method of constructive criticism:
Give a positive (what you like) about the image, YOUR SUGGESTION (this is just your opinion) and then another positive comment.