A few years ago Google bought the Nik software company. They began to sell the Nik photo editing suite and integrated some of Nik’s technology into google Photos. March 23, Google announced that all the tools in the Nik editing suite are now available for free. The Nik suite includes Analog Efex Pro, Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro, Viveza, HDR Efex Pro, Sharpener Pro, and Dfine.
It used to sell for almost $500US!
Sue Carey thought some club members might need help finding the club images in the 6 locations they are on display around the Centre. With Catherine Easton’s assistance, she produced this short video:
(apologies to Modest Mussorgsky)
You can get the March issue of the shutterBUG:
by clicking on the above image or by going to the shutterbug page.
From Ken Wilson:
The Photofocus Podcast “network” has changed their monthly schedule to the following:
- Questions and Answers with Rich Harrington & Scott Bourne to air on the 7th
- Inspiration with Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse to air on the 14th
- Photographer Interviews with Ann Barry to air on the 21st
- Photography gear with Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse to air on the 28th
Download them and listen while you’re doing housework, stuck in traffic, at the gym …
Between the podcasts listed above they also have frequent blog postings.
Google announced today that effective May 1 they will no longer develop the desktop version of Picasa, their photo editor and cataloguer. Pictures stored in Picasa albums will be moved to Google Photos. More details in this TechCrunch article.
Were you inspired by Phil Tughan and Ian Buchanan’s wildlife pictures from the Old Quarry Trail? Want to try your hand at taking some of your own? Want to do it in the company of folks who know where to find the local wildlife?
The Camera Club is holding a photo walk on Friday February 19th at 08:00 AM.
Meet at The Old Quarry Trail parking lot (NCC Parking Lot P5) on Eagleson just south of the intersection with Hazeldean.
At the last meeting, Phil Suggested you bring carrots to hand feed to the deer and seeds to feed the birds. Phil says “It is also a good idea to bring some bird seed as the small birds will eat out of your hand and provide some good photo opportunities. The birds seem to like sunflower seeds the best, but you can get general wild bird seed at Bulk Barn.”.
If we have to reschedule due to issues with the weather, come to the blog for updates.
For those who haven’t already discovered it, the January gallery of member images is online here. Thanks for sharing your great and very funny pictures.