RAW Converters Revisit

In my first post in this blog I compared a selection of RAW converters. I wanted to find out what to use after Adobe introduced the subscription model for their tools. My conclusion that time was that Capture One would fit my needs the best. Now I was curious about what DxO had done since then and thought; why not create a blog post about this?

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Photo Editor Evaluation

I am in the middle of evaluating different photo editors. I use Capture One Pro for almost all my photo editing work. It does a great job and in most cases I don’t need any other program. But Capture One Pro can’t do more advanced work like merging multiple exposures or frequency separation. Adobe’s Photoshop is of course a very popular choice for a lot of people. I’m not going back to Adobe since they introduced their “creative cloud” concept with a monthly fee though. If I pay money for software I want to own it. So Photoshop is out of the question for me. There are a number of other candidates to choose from.

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