John C. Doornkamp
IMAGE PROCESSING SOFTWARE

IMAGE PROCESSING SOFTWARE

The only software I am prepared to recommend is that which I am actively using myself on a daily basis.

I hope that is enough of a recommendation.


ON1 PHOTO RAW


An excellent, versatile, and very powerful image processing software. As a Fuji camera user, this is my go-to image processing software.

 

(I now use this in combination with Luminar NEO)


LUMINAR NEO


AI PHOTO EDITING.

AWESOME.

FASTER.


An image editor fully powered by artificial Intelligence.


With Luminar NEOI, creating striking photos becomes surprisingly easy and fun.


LuminarAI promises to be an important step in the advancement of image processing.


                                    Try it :        Luminar Neo by Skylum



 What makes the AI approach different?


Artificial Intelligence is used in this software to "read" your image and this enables the software to find a number of templates that it has determined will improve your image.


A nice touch is its sky replacement capability.


Once you have decided on the template you prefer that is it. The processing is finished.


 STRONGLY RECOMMENDED

THE SOFTWARE AND HOW THEY DIFFER


DxO PhotoLab


This is a fully-featured software allowing you to refine your images to the nth degree as well as having great cataloguing and exporting facilities.


Version 3 was voted as the best image processing software of 2020.


NIK COLLECTION


The software plugins available in this collection provide high-quality image adjustments including the famous and now enhanced black and white conversion module.

I promise you, if you just try this software (on the 30-day free trial) you will be stunned by the enhancement that it can bring to your images.


I use it on virtually every edit, and would struggle to achieve as much without it.

AUTOMATIC SELECTION AND REMOVAL OF AN UNWANTED BACKGROUND


I discovered a remarkable software for automatically removing the background from a photograph. Having lived through the pain of defining the edge of an object in order to isolate it from its background - and never being completely satisfied with the result - I rejoiced at discovering software that would do the job for me with far better results than I could ever achieve.

So, I am passing on this find, just follow this link and have a look to see if it is also for you:

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