Adobe Lightroom Classic & CC to DxO Photolab Workflow
As an Adobe Lightroom user, you have access to all kinds of great editing tools. But there will be times where you really want or need the tools provided by DxO PhotoLab, such as unique RAW converting, advanced noise removal with PRIME Noise Reduction, or the incredible DxO ClearView Plus tool. How you get your RAW file into DxO PhotoLab depends on which version of Adobe Lightroom you’re using.
Using Adobe Lightroom Classic and DxO PhotoLab
If you’re an Adobe Lightroom Classic user, then the workflow to get from Adobe Lightroom to DxO PhotoLab is well established — but let’s have a quick recap.
Since DxO PhotoLab excels as a RAW converter, you want to send your RAW file to it.
Select any photo in Adobe Lightroom, and from the File menu, choose File > Plug-in Extras > Transfer to DxO PhotoLab 2 (this is in stark contrast to the standard plug-in option, Photo > Edit In, which would render a TIF file and send that to an app or plug-in). The RAW file will be sent to DxO PhotoLab, where you can do whatever edits you want. (post continued on DxO's Blog; link below…)
To read the rest of this article, please visit the DxO Blog!
More like this