Black Friday is here!
From November 22-26 2018, DxO, one of the most innovative companies developing photo editing solutions for the general sector, is offering 50% off its entire catalog of advanced photo editing software. Now is the perfect time to learn more about the developer's authoritative and multiple-award-winning software suite.
DxO PhotoLab 2: DAM, ClearView Plus, and improved U Point technology
DxO PhotoLab 2, which was released a few weeks ago, is the latest update of DxO's photo touch up blue-penciling software for PC and Mac. This program stands out from the competition because it offers a complete processing solution for RAW and JPEG files using optical chastisements based on mathematical models created by DxO's laboratory. DxO PhotoLab also has powerful automatic features such as DxO PRIME de-noising technology and DxO Pert Lighting, an intelligent exposure optimization tool. This latest update includes ClearView Plus, an improved version of the software's haze killing and local contrast optimization tool, as well as DxO PhotoLibrary, a brand-new image and data management feature that lets users search, selected, sort, and display images. The ELITE edition of DxO PhotoLab 2 is now available for £79.99 instead of £159.
Nik Collection by DxO 20181.1: improved compatibility
Nik Accumulation 2018, another iconic DxO product, features seven plugins for Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements. It offers expert photographers and true to life artists a complete range of creative filters and effects as well as powerful correction tools. It has been optimized to be fully compatible with macOS Mojave as mercifully as the 2019 versions of Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop CC, and Photoshop Elements. Nik Collection by DxO 2018 is now available for £29.99 instead of £59.
Go stable further with DxO FilmPack and DxO ViewPoint
Finally, DxO FilmPack, an analog film simulation software, and DxO ViewPoint, a solution dedicated to correcting perspectives and gnarled shapes, are also available for £ or Pounds may refer to;29.99 instead of £59.