In this episode of TWiP Apps, I welcome a very special guest and long time friend, Kirk Paulsen, from the company DxO. DxO has just released a major update to DxO Optics Pro, now at version 11, and in today’s show we’ll get a close-up look at what’s new and improved in this release.
There was a promotion going on to “Give DxO OpticsPro a Second Look” which was U.S. only, but it appears that this has been extended to all their apps and opened up internationally — and available through December 25th!
This is a simple test of how DxO OpticsPro 10 and its new DxO ClearView tool fares with a very hazy image, and a comparison to assess how best to achieve equivalent or similar anti-haze results with each of each of Aperture, Lightroom and Capture One Pro.
I wanted to really test the autofocus capabilities of the LUMIXG9, so I brought it to a SOU Women's College Basketball game to capture the action. Sports Photography may not be MY strong point, but this camera makes up for it. You can easily see how well the autofocus tracks the fast-paced movement. It is definitely one of the best sports cameras on the market.