Create Stunning Black & White Images with Nik Silver Efex
What you'll learn
- Create Stunning Black & White Images with Silver Efex Pro 2
- Create and use black and white presets.
- To be able to use any of the Nik plugins because of what you will learn in this course.
- Download Google Nik Collection Free
This course will teach you how to convert your color images to black and white and make them look fantastic. In this course you will learn Google's Nik Silver Efex Pro 2, which is now free, and is considered to be one of the best black and white image conversion software.
The course is 100% video tutorials plus the software you need for the course is free. The course should only take a day or two to complete and there is a project for you to complete to show off your new skills.
This course has a getting started section that will explain how all Nik plugins work and then a detailed section about Silver Efex.
You should take this course if you want to learn any of the items listed below and if you want to improve your black and white photography.
You will learn to:
- Make exposure adjustments
- Contrast adjustments
- Use presets
- Save presets
- Import/Export presets
- How to create your own B&W recipe from scratch
- How to emulate the look of different types of film
- How to add film grain
- How to add borders
- Basically to create a stunning B&W image.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone wanting to learn to convert color images to black and white images.
Gary has been a professional photographer since 2005. He started part time as the photographer for his home town, taking photos of town events and scenery. Gary also started a Camera Club in order to further the hobby of photography in our area. He is still currently the President of the Club and offers seminars at the club's monthly meetings. During his time in the camera club he has won many camera club competitions with his nature and studio photography. Gary also does stock photography for agencies like Shutterstock, Istock, Alamy, and Dreamstime.
Gary has been an educator for the last twenty one years in the areas of science, technology, and photography. In 1998, Gary was awarded the technology teacher of the year award for the state of Rhode Island by Microsoft and Technology & Learning Magazine.