French company DxO has long been known for their superb and highly advanced photo software, specifically their OpticsPro lens corrections and Prime noise reduction technology. The company has always been at the cutting-edge of getting the most from your photographic equipment, and last year set out on a mission to deliver their advanced software algorithms in a more versatile and user-friendly package. This came in the form of DxO PhotoLab, which combined the tech of DxO’s prior software endeavors plus the U Point technology from Nik Software. DxO purchased Nik Software and all of its technology from Google and implemented it in a fresh, refined way as part of PhotoLab, which is a full-fledged raw photo editor.
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