DxO ViewPoint
 
 
 
 
 
DxO ViewPoint
Shift your perspective
 
 
The perfect complement for your wide-angle lens
 

DxO ViewPoint automatically fixes skewed perspectives and restores subjects on the edges of the frame to their natural shape with just one click.

  • Fix skewed perspectives
    Manually use anchor points or the software's automatic feature to correct skewed perspectives in wide-angle photos, from the simplest to the most complex.
  • Restore proportions
    For natural-looking shapes, automatically correct the volume deformation of faces, bodies, and objects at the edges photos taken with a wide-angle lens.
  • Neutralize distortion
    With DxO's Optics Module database, the only one of its kind in the world, DxO ViewPoint can correct any type of distortion, including barrel, pincushion, and even fisheye effects.
  • Straighten the horizon
    Rebalance landscape photos by automatically straightening a slanted horizon line.
  • DxO ViewPoint
 

 
See the world in miniature
 

Reproduce the very narrow depth of field typical of tilt-shift lenses
to produce astonishing creative effects.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A sleek interface

  • DxO ViewPoint Interface

New features in DxO ViewPoint 3

  • Correction automatique des perspectives
    Automatic perspective correction

    Automatic correction of horizontal and vertical perspective flaws, and automatic cropping to preserve formatting and right angles.

  • Effet miniature
    Miniature effect

    Application of tilt-shift lens effects using different blur gradient types to give landscape and urban photos the miniaturized look of a diorama or model.

  • Automatic horizon correction
    Automatic horizon correction

    Automatic, one-click correction of image pitch to ensure that photos are perfectly and effortlessly aligned.

  • Contrôles manuels améliorés
    Optimized user experience

    New sleek interface with simplified controls and enhanced performance.

    Addition of a Loupe tool for incredibly precise control of perspective and horizon tools.

Photo credits:

 

Jard Brychcy Architecture - www.jard-brychcy-architecture.fr
Léo Lagrange Fitness and Aquatic Center in Grande-Synthe
©Luca Nicolao

 

©Julia Anna Gospodarou