DxO PhotoLab Review – Photo Editing and Processing Software
Looking for best photo editing software.? Here we will let you know about the top best Photo editing and processing software. That is DxO PhotoLab, we will discuss about introduction, DxO PhotoLab Review and features. Since you know that DxO is a popular and best quality photo editor software in today’s market. It was launched in late 2017 and kept the roots of it success. One of the most key point of it’s being a best software is its processing of raw image data. It’s an easy to use and create images with more excellence and wider tonal range. All this is done with the feature of DxO optics pro.
If you had this you will rest assure about its imaging quality and easy to use expertise with other available photo editor software’s. One of the most important point that we want to tell you that DxO is build over DxO optics pro and you might be asking what makes the difference in it.? This enables the image adjustment localized that makes you to edit the images with in the selected area.
DxO PhotoLab starts at £99 and is available on official DxO website. Now let’s discuss more closer into it.
DxO PhotoLab Review – DxO Photolab 1.2 – DxO editions
DxO PhotoLabs mainly based on two editions:
- Essential Edition (Costs £99 )
- Elite Edition ( Costs £159 )
However you may get the free trial of DxO Photolab for one month to have the quality tests of your images and have an idea before purchasing.
Although there is a huge list of differences between above mentioned editions and available on DxO website, but here we will discuss major difference with benefits. Depending upon the features most of the professional users will be going with Elite Edition. Because of its new PRIME 2016 denoising RAW tool, ClearView, Anti-moire tool and note last but the least Presets editor.
In this review you will know mostly about the Elite version 1.2.0 build 56. It is based on using a MacBook Pro Retina (early 2015) including 16GB memory, 2.7GHz processor and Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.2 or more operating system. DxO profile version uses profiles for lenses to remove the compatibility issues. This software automatically uses by detecting RAW files, imported and download by combination of available DxO profiles.
Also in addition to JPEG format, DxO Team made an effort to edit the images RAW files formats i.e. Sony ARW, Nikon and Cannon CR2 files.
You will find few other additional add-on programs called ViewPoint and FilmPack that will help to integrate to DxO PhotoLab once installed.
Features of DxO PhotoLab 1.2:
Here we will share the key features of DxO Photo Lab in detail. Also if you’ve not used this software before, then you can get the idea about how to use it and organize your images. You will also learn to split your images in two sections i.e. Organize and Customized.
The First section that is Organized tab, very similar to how Lightroom’s Library section works. It enables you to navigate through files, browse multiple images found in one folder/project and even add ratings. Then you will get your final picture.
Second section is Customize tab that enables you to find all about the correction tools. For example in this section you will find the real magic of this software, like analyzing the image for automatic fixes and overall adjustment.
Now see the key features in more details.
DxO Smart Lighting:
This feature improves the dynamic varieties in images. This helps to create a tone to the image using face detection feature. This feature was added to support Smart Lighting if you are using Spot Weighted Mode that has post-capture fine-tuning abilities.
This feature is used to enhance the boost in the image and also used to remove the distant haze.
DxO PRIME (Probabilistic Raw Image Enhancement):
This feature is use to gain actual details and colors using its special algorithms. It is also used to eliminate the noise from images.
It helps in enhancing leverage that are usually based on its capabilities in regards to measurements.
This helps to displays the before and after measurements through a vertical line that divides the two image sections.
So what’s new in DxO PhotoLab Review?
You have gone through the overall DxO PhotoLab Review and its latest version 1.2. There has been a new introduced tool (HSL) and also more selective tone settings has been added locally. So that it become easier to recover the required areas of images with fine quality locally. One can say that the only new feature is the support of several new cameras as mentioned in detail above so that the images captured with them are automatically integrated and corrected for optical defects.
Additional Features of DxO PhotoLab:
Some more additional features of DxO are listed below.
- Allows RAW editing.
- Enables automatic adjustments.
- Local adjustments & Global adjustments to get fine results.
- 1-click presets