DxO Optics Pro 11 has been replaced by DxO PhotoLab. Read the DxO PhotoLab review here. There’s a line on the DxO Optics Pro website that explains its aim perfectly: “Upgrade your images without upgrading your equipment”. DxO Optics Pro … Continue reading DxO Optics Pro 11 review
This is a review of the ‘old’ Lightroom CC before the Creative Cloud announcements of October 18 2017. For a review of the ‘new’ Lightroom CC click here. The old Lightroom CC has been rebranded Lightroom Classic and a review … Continue reading Lightroom CC review
DxO ViewPoint 3 is the latest version of DxO’s perspective and distortion correction program. It works as a standalone application, as a plug-in for Lightroom, Photoshop and Elements and as a fully-integrated panel within DxO Optics Pro, DxO’s flagship optical correction … Continue reading DxO ViewPoint 3 review
Chromatic aberration is the colour fringing you sometimes see around object outlines near the edges of the picture. With most consumer lenses it’s a fact of life, and as soon as you know what you’re looking for you can see … Continue reading How to use the Aperture chromatic aberration correction tools – and why!
Keystone correction is usually used to fix converging verticals in architectural shots – that’s the most obvious use for the Capture One keystone correction tools – but this vertical keystone correction isn’t the only kind you’ll need. Keystone distortion happens … Continue reading Capture One keystone correction tips
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