Welcome to the DxO Blog
The DxO Blog aim to provide photographers with guides and inspirational stories by and DxO experts and photographers. Blog posts are being published on a regular basis.
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DxO develops some of the world’s most advanced image processing technologies, which have enabled over 400 million devices to capture the highest quality images achievable.
AT A GLANCE
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# OF DEVICES USING DxO TECHNOLOGIES
TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION
DxO’s patented technologies are the result of a close collaboration with leading research laboratories in applied mathematics. Our products include:
Formerly DxO OpticsPro, the award winning RAW conversion software for Mac and PC that automatically corrects optical flaws, extends dynamic range, and seamlessly removes digital noise from images.
Desktop software for Mac and PC that faithfully reproduces the look of silver halide film stocks, including precise grain structures, on digital photos.
Nik Collection is a series of 7 renowned creative MacOS and Windows plugins for Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Lightroom, providing filters, rendering and photography retouching tools to create stunning images.
Desktop software for Mac and PC with the ability to correct complex perspective problems and restore natural proportions in photos taken with wide-angle photographic lenses.