DxO have always done two things really well when it comes to RAW conversion: Noise Reduction and Optical Corrections.
With the release of their latest software, DxO PureRaw, you can take advantage of these two aspects of RAW conversion, while keeping the rest of your workflow in the editor of
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, I still use, and greatly prefer Adobe Lightroom to
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.
DxO PhotoLab 4 is a high quality RAW converter.