Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Jim Zuckerman Nik ebook

Back in the new year we supplied our writer friend Jim Zuckerman with complimentary copies of our textures, updating him with the spring pack as it was launched.
Jim has finally furnished us with a copy of his lavishly illustrated ebook We were delighted to see he has used several fly textures as examples of colour mixing and blending with this superb new Nik Software!
We've now tried this Nik program and we absolutely love it!
"But what does it do" - I hear you asking?
Imagine all the Photoshop actions you could ever wish for all in one Photoshop plug-in filter! Its 64 Bits too, so you don't get that nasty banding you normally get with even the most expensive actions.
We'll talk loads more about all the fabulous Nik software in upcoming blog postings with our usual before and after mouse-overs, but for now here's the science bit from our Nik guru!

About the Book
Nik Software makes many essential Photoshop plug-in filters that enhance and embellish your images, and this ebook explains how to get the most out of these tools. Think of this as an idea book.
It is not a how-to manual for each filter in Nik’s programs; rather, Jim explains in his easy-to-understand manner of writing how you can produce remarkably creative imagery using his favorite Nik Software filters. His beautiful examples will inspire you for sure, and with his guidance you will learn to think outside the box in applying these techniques to images that are already in your files waiting to be rediscovered.

To purchase downloads of Jim's lavishly illustrated ebook simply press any of the blue ebook links in this feature!


PattiK said...

I have followed Jim's work for years and it is always outstanding. With your textures it is a marriage made in heaven...or should I say PS & Nik.

paulgrand said...

Cool thanks, we love the book, his illustrated use of viveza 2 is a real eye opener!

Borealnz (Jill) said...

It's a great book, very inspiring for this beginner user of Nik :-)

Doris said...

I'm using a trial version of Nik software now. So far I love what I see.

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