You can get it for $149 from Adorama right now (and maybe a few other places). You have to put it in your cart to get the price. [They just had it on sale for $129 for a week, but I missed the dates.] Buying it right from Nik is, I think, purposely inflated to not undercut their distributors.
Can someone recommend a program that does most of what Nikon Silver
Efex Pro does as far as creating very creative sepia's and B&W's. I
can't justify paying $200 right now. Thanks
Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200VR, Nikon 50mm f/1.8
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