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DxO Optics
Summary
1. What is DxO Optics?
2. How does it work?
3. Interface presentation
4. Select a picture
5. Organize the pictures
6. Enhance a picture
    6.1 DxO Optics
    6.2 Sharpness
    6.3 DxO Noise
    6.4 White Balance and Exposure
    6.5 DxO color
    6.6 DxO Lighting
    6.7 Geometry
    6.8 Crop
    6.9 Presets
7. Process the pictures
8. View the pictures
9. Some examples
    9.1 1st example
    9.2 2nd example
    9.3 3rd example
    9.4 4th example
    9.5 5th example
    9.6 6th example

On the right: a RAW file process with DxO Optics. Canon 350D + Sigma 10-20 at 10 mm open at f/4 on a tripod. 30 s at 800 ASA.

What is DxO Optics?

It's a software correcting the flaws due to digital camera (DSLR and bridge) and their lenses. This software correct:
- Geometry distortions
- Chromatism
- Vigneting
- Color balance
- Noise

Furthermore, it develops effectively RAW files.

In a few words: it transforms a good lens in a very good lens! The following example will prove it.

Notice: it is possible to find some of the process filters in Photoshop, but DxO Optics applies them automatically (because the software knows the flaws generate to your lens and your DSLR) and the one after the others. This is much more simple and fast!

See how it works >>

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