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The Nik Collection is free and compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 through 10.10; Windows Vista, 7, 8; and Adobe Photoshop through CC 2015. We have no plans to update the Collection or add new features over time.

Bi-Color User Defined

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Simulates a traditional glass bi-color filter by blending two colors and then adding the result to the image, with the ability to custom-define both colors.

 

Filter Settings Panel Description

Upper Color: Specifies the top color to be applied to the image. Use either the eyedropper to select a color from the current image or click on the color patch to access the color picker.
Lower Color: Specifies the bottom color to be applied to the image. Use either the eyedropper to select a color from the current image or click on the color patch to access the color picker.
Opacity: Controls the overall strength of the filter.
Blend: Controls the transition between the two colors.
Vertical Shift: Controls the placement of the filter's horizon.
Rotation: Controls the angle of the filter's horizon.

Image by Martin Kaegi

 

For more information regarding the Bi-Color User Defined filter, please watch the video below:

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