DxO OpticsPro is now DxO PhotoLab
DxO OpticsPro, a multiple award-winning software first launched 13 years ago, is now the gold standard in RAW photo editing. DxO has added new powerful local adjustment tools and changed its name to reflect the full extent of the software’s increased power and versatility — DxO PhotoLab.
Give your creativity free rein
Nik Software’s U Point technology is fully integrated into DxO PhotoLab’s non-destructive workflow. This feature lets you make complex selections in just a few clicks and edit specific areas in your images, so you can apply local adjustments in a simple and intuitive manner.
Combine DxO PhotoLab’s local adjustment tools for optimal flexibility.
Incredible images made simple
Create RAW or JPEG files and obtain high-quality results in just one click: DxO PhotoLab offers a complete collection of smart automatic correction tools that you can adjust manually as needed.
Take control of your photos
Want to add your own corrections? Manually adjust each setting using DxO PhotoLab’s many intuitive tools.
DxO PhotoLab’s correction tools are designed to take care of all the time-consuming tasks involved with photo editing so you can focus on your photography and give your creativity free rein.
Copy / paste correction settings
Thirty built-in and fully-customizable presets
Export straight to Facebook, Flickr, and other editing programs
Take your photos to the next level with DxO FilmPack and DxO ViewPoint
The DxO FilmPack and DxO ViewPoint plugins let you recreate the styles of authentic analog films and correct perspectives in just a few clicks.
Make your images truly unique with DxO FilmPack, a creative photo editing software program. Accurately recreate the style, colors, and grain of over 80 iconic types of analog film. Combine multiple original effects to create new textures, frames, vignettes, and more. The possibilities are endless!
With DxO ViewPoint, you can use control points or automatic corrections to fix all keystoning defects in your images—including the most complex cases. Automatically correct distorted faces or bodies located at the edges of wide-angle photos to create images that are ever more faithful to reality.
DxO PhotoLab + Adobe Lightroom
Edit your photos with DxO PhotoLab from Adobe Lightroom. They’ll be saved to your catalog within a non-destructive workflow.