The Ideal Workflow With The Nik Collection

The Ideal Workflow With The Nik Collection

A common question among Nik Collection by DxO users is which filters should be used first. With sharpening, noise reduction and creative filters at your disposal, what’s the ideal order to run them in to get the best possible result? In brief, it’s actually pretty...
How DxO Optics Modules are Made

How DxO Optics Modules are Made

If you’ve ever used DxO PhotoLab before, then you’ve seen it. The first time you open a photo taken with a camera and lens combination that PhotoLab hasn’t seen before, it prompts you to download a “DxO Optics Module”. You’ve let it download, then moved on with your...
How to Improve Your Travel Photography

How to Improve Your Travel Photography

I love to travel, and I love photography. So combining the two is an obvious match made in heaven! Most of my travel editing is easy; maybe a preset, a little correction here and there, and that’s about it. But there are usually a few photos that are particularly...
Flawless portrait with local adjustments

Flawless portrait with local adjustments

No matter how young or old the person, just about every face could benefit from a little bit of retouching. Whether you’re removing drool or spinach from a baby’s face, smoothing wrinkles on a client portrait, removing temporary blemishes (pimples) or permanent ones...
A Filter History

A Filter History

For anyone with an smartphone who’s young enough to not have grown up with film cameras, a “filter” means an effect that you apply in Instagram or Photoshop. It could be as simple as a “blur” filter, or as complex as a “vintage look” that applies a series of complex...