ADVANCING PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

In 15 years, DxO has become one of the most innovative French companies in the digital photography and image processing industry. It designs and sells advanced photo editing software for amateur and expert photographers. Its solutions, which are grounded in its extensive knowledge of optical science, offer highly effective correction and processing tools. DxO’s goal is to harness its expertise to make sure the industry’s best technologies are available to every photographer.

DxO AT A GLANCE

15 years

of expertise

70 million

photos edited/year

50+

employees

Based in

Paris

EXTENSIVE EXPERTISE

DxO’s expertise is the result of a close-knit relationship between its engineers and the world’s top applied mathematics research laboratories. Today, the company has a number of innovations to its name, including the automatic correction of optical defects produced by digital cameras based on a prior analysis of cameras and lenses in DxO’s laboratories. DxO has also developed the market’s most effective de-noising and RAW development tools and its most powerful optical correction algorithms.

THE MOST EFFECTIVE IMAGE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS AVAILABLE

Our products include:

DxO PhotoLab

Formerly DxO OpticsPro, the award winning RAW conversion software for Mac and PC that automatically corrects optical flaws, extends dynamic range, and seamlessly removes digital noise from images.

Nik Collection by DxO

The Nik COLLECTION BY DxO is a suite that combines seven plugins for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and Elements as well as DxO PhotoLab 2 ESSENTIAL Edition. It offers a range of 200 exclusive presets and creative effects as well as a number of retouching tools. It also features exclusive U Point local adjustment technology.

DxO FilmPack

Desktop software for Mac and PC that faithfully reproduces the look of silver halide film stocks, including precise grain structures, on digital photos.

DxO ViewPoint

Desktop software for Mac and PC with the ability to correct complex perspective problems and restore natural proportions in photos taken with wide-angle photographic lenses.