DxO Photo Software Suite (12.10.2020) Multilingual macOS | 2.62 GB
Photo editing software designed for photographers with exacting standards and a love for beautiful images. Manual or Automatic Corrections, Local Adjustment Technology, Prime Denoising Technology. Technologies are designed to help you level up your photography in the easiest way.
DxO PhotoLab (was DxO Optics Pro) provides a complete set of smart assisted corrections that you can manually fine-tune at any time. Take control on every aspect of your photos: effectively remove noise, get rid of light constraints, recover color details, apply sophisticated optical corrections, and enhance details.
DxO ViewPoint is the indispensable companion to your wide-angle lens, correcting perspectives and easily restoring the natural shapes of the subjects located along image edges. As both a standalone application and as a plugin, it offers simple visual tools for making spectacular corrections, along with advanced controls for unrivaled precision.
DxO FilmPack 5 ELITE Edition – Rediscover the style, the colors, and the grain of more than 80 legendary analog films, faithfully thanks to DxO’s exclusive calibration process. Combine many original renderings with filter, vignetting, blur, texture, frame, or light leak effects to give your photos a unique look. Preserve the quality of your digital images thanks to support for RAW format, and benefit from DxO’s unsurpassed powerful processing.
Nik Collection 2 by DxO – Add the power of the Nik Collection by DxO to your workflow today and create stunning images faster. The most complete collection of plug-ins from Nik Collection by DxO companies using proprietary U Point, which allows you to subtly adjust the brightness, contrast, color saturation and other parameters of individual objects or areas of the photograph.
Compatible host applications:
Adobe® Photoshop® CC 2014, CC 2015, CC 2015.5, CC 2017, CC 2018, CC 2019, 2020
Adobe® Photoshop® Elements® 9+
Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 5 & CC+
Compatibility: OS X 10.11 or later 64-bit