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DxO PhotoLab 1.2 Software Review - Specifications

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DxO PhotoLab 1.2 Specifications

ManufacturerDxO
Software Features
LayersNo
PathsNo
CloningYes
Required Ram4000MB
Trial Download AvailableYes

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Comments


7 Jun 2018 1:40PM
Great review on DxO PhotoLab, have used DxO for years, this is the best one yet.
Have tried a dozen other software brands, nothing compares. Give it a try, you will
LOVE IT.

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7 Jun 2018 11:07PM
A couple of points about your review.
1. No mention in the CONS about the lack of keywording facility.
2. No mention among the alternatives of Affinity photo, cheaper than all those mentioned, easy to use and an excellent product. Shouldn't a UK based site i.e, EPZ be at least mentioning British alternatives?
16 Jun 2018 2:33AM
While I fully agree it would be nice (and of this age) to be able to move the equaliser, I should note it is possible to show/hide it by pressing 'E'. For me that's fast enough to be able to check results in a hurry and come back to refine.

Great review. I've owned OpticsPro and own Photolab. The 1.2 upgrade really makes a huge difference to me. The ability to tone up/down the highlights/midtones/shadows/blacks individually is invaluable. Before I had to make do with exposure corrections, and that's more crude. This makes very detailed adjustments a breeze, very nice.

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