DxO Unveils Ambassador Programme

Several international photographers who have a broad range of unique photography styles have joined the new DxO Ambassador Programme.

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Chris Gorman

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DxO has launched an Ambassador Programme so they can share their love for photography and its recent innovations, including DxO PhotoLab and Nik Collection 2 by DxO, by partnering with inspired and inspiring photographers.

Five photographers have already come on board which includes Chris Gorman - a highly experienced and well renowned British photographer/videographer who specialises in aerial drone photography.

His unique photographs capture Earth's beauty from above and have already been published in major English media sources such as The Daily Telegraph and The Times.

"I am very proud to join the DxO team as an ambassador. This revolutionary brand has helped bring my photography to the next level," says Chris Gorman. 

The work of the photographers included in the Ambassador Program can be viewed on the DxO website.

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JackAllTog Plus
10 5.7k 58 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2019 10:36PM
This is the first time i've heard of a editing program using specific ambassadors to promote its creative capability. I've seen Adobe with its whole creative buzz programme and every pro uses PS right? So DXO are prepared to go head to head with Adobe for the more rolling cost sensitive customer. Perhaps it is now time to download a trial.

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