NIK Software’s Complete Collection for Aperture

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On the heels of my reviews of Silver Efex Pro and Color Efex Pro, I discovered NIK has an excellent package called the Complete Collection for Aperture which includes Dfine® 2.0, Viveza™, Color Efex Pro™ 3.0, Silver Efex Pro™, and Sharpener Pro™ 3.0 for just $299. This is an excellent value for serious Aperture users.

20 Comments NIK Software’s Complete Collection for Aperture

  1. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Hmmm. I already have DFine2 and Color Efex Pro. I would have bought the whole package had I known to wait!

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  2. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Hmmm. I already have DFine2 and Color Efex Pro. I would have bought the whole package had I known to wait!

    Reply
  3. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Hmmm. I already have DFine2 and Color Efex Pro. I would have bought the whole package had I known to wait!

    Reply
  4. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Hmmm. I already have DFine2 and Color Efex Pro. I would have bought the whole package had I known to wait!

    Reply
  5. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Hmmm. I already have DFine2 and Color Efex Pro. I would have bought the whole package had I known to wait!

    Reply
  6. klarue@niksoftware.com

    Hi there – I’m with Nik, so I hope you don’t mind me jumping in. Getting the Complete Collection for Aperture still might be a good deal for you. The SRP (sugg. retail price) for the other 3 products is $650 (Viveza, Sharpener Pro 3.0, and Silver Efex Pro). Maybe download the trial versions and see if it makes sense?

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  7. klarue@niksoftware.com

    Hi there – I’m with Nik, so I hope you don’t mind me jumping in. Getting the Complete Collection for Aperture still might be a good deal for you. The SRP (sugg. retail price) for the other 3 products is $650 (Viveza, Sharpener Pro 3.0, and Silver Efex Pro). Maybe download the trial versions and see if it makes sense?

    Reply
  8. klarue@niksoftware.com

    Hi there – I’m with Nik, so I hope you don’t mind me jumping in. Getting the Complete Collection for Aperture still might be a good deal for you. The SRP (sugg. retail price) for the other 3 products is $650 (Viveza, Sharpener Pro 3.0, and Silver Efex Pro). Maybe download the trial versions and see if it makes sense?

    Reply
  9. klarue@niksoftware.com

    Hi there – I’m with Nik, so I hope you don’t mind me jumping in. Getting the Complete Collection for Aperture still might be a good deal for you. The SRP (sugg. retail price) for the other 3 products is $650 (Viveza, Sharpener Pro 3.0, and Silver Efex Pro). Maybe download the trial versions and see if it makes sense?

    Reply
  10. klarue@niksoftware.com

    Hi there – I’m with Nik, so I hope you don’t mind me jumping in. Getting the Complete Collection for Aperture still might be a good deal for you. The SRP (sugg. retail price) for the other 3 products is $650 (Viveza, Sharpener Pro 3.0, and Silver Efex Pro). Maybe download the trial versions and see if it makes sense?

    Reply
  11. photographyandthemac@gmail.com

    Hi David,

    All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive. Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white cost $200.

    The combination $299 package ($599 to use with Photoshop) is a better value but now you’re spending more that Aperture cost.

    It would be nice if they had a software package to work with a program like Photoshop Elements which combined some of their plugins at a lower price so more consumers and weekend photographers who need the help could afford it.

    Keep up the great work.

    Robert
    http://www.photographyandthemac.com

    Reply
  12. photographyandthemac@gmail.com

    Hi David,

    All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive. Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white cost $200.

    The combination $299 package ($599 to use with Photoshop) is a better value but now you’re spending more that Aperture cost.

    It would be nice if they had a software package to work with a program like Photoshop Elements which combined some of their plugins at a lower price so more consumers and weekend photographers who need the help could afford it.

    Keep up the great work.

    Robert
    http://www.photographyandthemac.com

    Reply
  13. photographyandthemac@gmail.com

    Hi David,

    All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive. Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white cost $200.

    The combination $299 package ($599 to use with Photoshop) is a better value but now you’re spending more that Aperture cost.

    It would be nice if they had a software package to work with a program like Photoshop Elements which combined some of their plugins at a lower price so more consumers and weekend photographers who need the help could afford it.

    Keep up the great work.

    Robert
    http://www.photographyandthemac.com

    Reply
  14. photographyandthemac@gmail.com

    Hi David,

    All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive. Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white cost $200.

    The combination $299 package ($599 to use with Photoshop) is a better value but now you’re spending more that Aperture cost.

    It would be nice if they had a software package to work with a program like Photoshop Elements which combined some of their plugins at a lower price so more consumers and weekend photographers who need the help could afford it.

    Keep up the great work.

    Robert
    http://www.photographyandthemac.com

    Reply
  15. photographyandthemac@gmail.com

    Hi David,

    All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive. Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white cost $200.

    The combination $299 package ($599 to use with Photoshop) is a better value but now you’re spending more that Aperture cost.

    It would be nice if they had a software package to work with a program like Photoshop Elements which combined some of their plugins at a lower price so more consumers and weekend photographers who need the help could afford it.

    Keep up the great work.

    Robert
    http://www.photographyandthemac.com

    Reply
  16. erice@mac.com

    >All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive.
    >Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white
    >cost $200.

    Creative Suite from Adobe is over $1,200 and Mac OSX is only $200 – but no one questions Adobe’s pricing because of the functionality it provides.

    This package is an awesome value for what you get, and I look forward to being able to afford all of the Nik plugins.

    If you don’t agree they are worth it to you, then that’s one thing. There are lower plug ins from other publishers that are not as full featured as the Nik plugins that will work with elements, but that’s not Nik’s market. But I think it’s a little gouache to complain to Nik that their product is overpriced when they just discounted it substantially!

    Reply
  17. erice@mac.com

    >All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive.
    >Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white
    >cost $200.

    Creative Suite from Adobe is over $1,200 and Mac OSX is only $200 – but no one questions Adobe’s pricing because of the functionality it provides.

    This package is an awesome value for what you get, and I look forward to being able to afford all of the Nik plugins.

    If you don’t agree they are worth it to you, then that’s one thing. There are lower plug ins from other publishers that are not as full featured as the Nik plugins that will work with elements, but that’s not Nik’s market. But I think it’s a little gouache to complain to Nik that their product is overpriced when they just discounted it substantially!

    Reply
  18. erice@mac.com

    >All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive.
    >Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white
    >cost $200.

    Creative Suite from Adobe is over $1,200 and Mac OSX is only $200 – but no one questions Adobe’s pricing because of the functionality it provides.

    This package is an awesome value for what you get, and I look forward to being able to afford all of the Nik plugins.

    If you don’t agree they are worth it to you, then that’s one thing. There are lower plug ins from other publishers that are not as full featured as the Nik plugins that will work with elements, but that’s not Nik’s market. But I think it’s a little gouache to complain to Nik that their product is overpriced when they just discounted it substantially!

    Reply
  19. erice@mac.com

    >All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive.
    >Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white
    >cost $200.

    Creative Suite from Adobe is over $1,200 and Mac OSX is only $200 – but no one questions Adobe’s pricing because of the functionality it provides.

    This package is an awesome value for what you get, and I look forward to being able to afford all of the Nik plugins.

    If you don’t agree they are worth it to you, then that’s one thing. There are lower plug ins from other publishers that are not as full featured as the Nik plugins that will work with elements, but that’s not Nik’s market. But I think it’s a little gouache to complain to Nik that their product is overpriced when they just discounted it substantially!

    Reply
  20. erice@mac.com

    >All the Nik plugin products are great but they seem expensive.
    >Aperture cost $200 and a plugin to convert photos to black-and-white
    >cost $200.

    Creative Suite from Adobe is over $1,200 and Mac OSX is only $200 – but no one questions Adobe’s pricing because of the functionality it provides.

    This package is an awesome value for what you get, and I look forward to being able to afford all of the Nik plugins.

    If you don’t agree they are worth it to you, then that’s one thing. There are lower plug ins from other publishers that are not as full featured as the Nik plugins that will work with elements, but that’s not Nik’s market. But I think it’s a little gouache to complain to Nik that their product is overpriced when they just discounted it substantially!

    Reply

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