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Adobe AI Denoise Vs DxO DeepPRIME XD

See how Adobe's new AI powered Denoise algorithm stacks up against the class leading DxO DeepPRIME XD technology found in PhotoLab and PureRAW
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DxO have recently added a DeepPRIME XD (eXtra Detail) algorithm to their raw processing software. Lets see how it compares to the regular DeepPRIME

DxO PhotoLab 6 First Looks

Today my favourite RAW converter, DxO PhotoLab, got an update to version 6 Let’s see what’s new I will be doing a deep-dive into the new features soon – so make sure you keep your eye out for that 🙂…

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DxO PureRaw 2: A Better Version of PureRAW

DxO just released a new version of PureRAW. Using plenty of imagination, they called it PureRAW2. I purchased it pretty quickly. Read on to find out why What is DxO PureRAW 2? If I told you that PureRAW is a…

DxO PhotoLab 4’s Second Best New Feature

When DxO released the latest version of their PhotoLab software, there was much fanfare surrounding the DeepPRIME noise reduction software. It is now my go-to RAW converter when dealing with noisy images. (DeepPRIME is PhotoLab 4’s #1 new feature) However,…

DxO PhotoLab 4 DeepPRIME Noise Reduction vs Topaz AI

For the past 12 months or so Topaz DeNoise AI has, in my opinion, reigned supreme when it comes to noise reduction. Nothing has been able to touch it in terms of both noise reduction and detail retention. Today (21st…

DxO PhotoLab 4 Integration with Lightroom

PhotoLab 4 is a RAW converter with class-leading optical correction and noise reduction algorithms. If you want to take advantage of this, but use Lightroom as your primary image catalogue you can do so pretty easily. We’ll show you how.…