DxO Optics Pro’s speciality is optical corrections. It does this using a combination of automatic lens corrections and manual perspective adjustment options, including the DxO Force Parallel tool. DxO Optics Pro can identify the lens and camera used to take … Continue reading How to use the DxO Force Parallel tool
DxO is best known for DxO Optics Pro, its combined RAW conversion/lens correction program. DxO ViewPoint 2 is a kind of cut-down version designed to work as a standalone program or, more usefully, as a plug-in within Photoshop, Aperture or … Continue reading What can DxO ViewPoint 2 do for you?
DxO isn’t just a tool for correcting lens aberrations. It’s also a very powerful and effective RAW conversion program, and while it might not offer the localised adjustments of Aperture, Lightroom or Capture One Pro, it does have some very … Continue reading How to use the DxO Multi-Point Color Balance tool
DxO Optics Pro started out as an automatic lens correction tool but has evolved into a sophisticated RAW conversion program too. And part of its armoury is the DxO Smart Lighting feature, which lightens the darkest parts of the picture … Continue reading How to get to grips with DxO Smart Lighting
DxO Optics Pro is designed to correct a range common lens distortions automatically, including distortion, chromatic aberration, vignetting and edge softness. But the DxO Volume Anamorphosis option is less well known. It’s not enabled in the default DxO corrections, but … Continue reading When and why to use the DxO Volume Anamorphosis option
DxO Optics Pro uses custom-made lens correction profiles to fix the distortion issues inherent in nearly all lenses, but it goes further than that – it can also correct the perspective distortion created when you photograph a rectangular object at … Continue reading Straighten up your shots with the DxO Force Rectangle tool