DxO made its name with DxO Optics Pro, its high-powered RAW converter/lens correction application, but it’s also branched out into film simulation software, with DxO FilmPack. Version 4 brings some big improvements over the previous version, with the ability to add stains, scratches, distressed borders and light leaks. I’m not too sure about the accuracy of the film simulations themselves (I’m not convinced any software gets this quite right), but the rest of the tools work really well. FilmPack 4 works as a standalone app and as a plug-in for Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture and DxO Optics Pro, where it’s...Read More
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