We reviewed Nik Software’s photo sharing and enhancement app Snapseed when it came out for the iPad last year and liked it a lot.
In fact, we weren’t the only ones. Apple itself named Snapseed “App of the Year” for the iPad.
The software has been so well received, Nik announced this morning that Snapeed will now also become an application for Mac computers.
The new app, which carries over features from the iPad version, is available now for $19.99 from the Mac App Store.
Read more here.
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Jon Verney makes his multi-hued prints by using the sulfur-rich water and mud in hot springs and geysers to bleach and tone silver-based prints. Verney first tried the process at a hot spring in Italy, and has since traveled to hot springs in Iceland, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and the Salton Sea in southern... More ›