For photographers looking to upgrade their editing software, there has never been a better time, thanks to the launch of DxO PhotoLab 5 and DxO FilmPack 6 – and an introductory price demanding to be snapped up.
With enhanced adjustment tools and deep learning capabilities, as well as an expanded PhotoLibrary and supported cameras, DxO PhotoLab 5 (opens in new tab) makes retouching and processing smoother than ever. The addition of a Control Lines pointer enables intuitive selection and simple touch-ups, while the existing Control Points tool has also been equipped with new sensitivity settings.(opens in new tab)
Meanwhile DxO PhotoLab 5’s processing and export times are faster than ever. The culmination of 20 years of deep learning methods, DxO DeepPRIME technology streamlines the development of RAW files and drastically improves digital noise reduction using AI. Furthermore the software now supports Fujifilm X-Trans sensor cameras for the first time (currently in Beta), adding at least 18 new devices to PhotoLab’s available sources.
The DxO PhotoLab 5 Essential package is now available for £99.99 instead of the regular price of £129.99; the Elite package £149.99, down from £199.99.
As for film effects, the company captures the latest innovations in DxO FilmPack 6 (opens in new tab), with 15 new renderings at your fingertips – including the iconic Ektachrome Professional Infrared EIR Color Slide Film from Kodak, plus the monochrome instant film for the Polaroid 600.
The upgrade also features six cinema renderings inspired by the biggest trends in color grading, and a brand new Time Machine feature; an array of iconic images represent 14 different time periods that users can apply to their images, recreating the look of the 1950s, William Klein or whichever classic style catches their artistic vision.(opens in new tab)
DxO FilmPack 6 is upscaled further with 20 new creative effects, from vintage textures to subtle light leak effects. In addition the 15 new frames ensure that editors can find the perfect finish for their photos, be it a black frame, matte or film border. Finally the color rendering engine is expanded from six to eight channels, allowing for more precise color control, more combinations and more realistic split toning effects.
For DxO FilmPack 6 the Essential package is currently just £48.99 instead of the regular £75.00; the Elite package £99.99, usually £129.99.
Whatever your rendering or editing requirements, DxO has you covered – visit the website (opens in new tab) to download a trial.