DxO acquires Nik Collection assets from Google, and plans to continue to develop the Collection for the benefit of the photographer community.
DxO has integrated U Point technology, a favorite feature of millions of photographers. This local adjustment technology allows users, with just a few clicks, to make complex selections, DxO PhotoLab is now the only software to offer U Point technology in a non-destructive RAW workflow.
October 25, 2017
DxO, one of the most innovative companies in consumer imaging, today announces the acquisition of the Nik Collection assets from Google.
“The Nik Collection gives photographers tools to create photos they absolutely love,” said Aravind Krishnaswamy, an Engineering Director with Google. “We’re thrilled to have DxO, a company dedicated to high-quality photography solutions, acquire and continue to develop it.”
“We are very excited to welcome the Nik Collection to the DxO family,” said Jérôme Ménière, CEO and founder of DxO. “DxO revolutionized the image processing market many times over the years with its innovative solutions, and we will continue to do so with Nik’s tools, which offer new creative opportunities to millions of photographers. The new version of our flagship software DxO OpticsPro, which is available as of now under its new name DxO PhotoLab, is the first embodiment of this thrilling acquisition with built-in U Point technology.”