DxO PhotoLab 7 and FilmPack 7 released

DxO announced PhotoLab 7 and FilmPack 7.

DxO also announced support for 1185 new camera and lens combinations - the latest additions are:

  • Sony A6700
  • AF-S Nikkor 800mm F5.6E FL ED VR
  • AF-S Nikkor 800mm F5.6E FL ED VR with TC 1.25x
  • AF-S Nikkor 800mm F5.6E FL ED VR with AF-S TC-14E III
  • AF-S Nikkor 800mm F5.6E FL ED VR with AF-S TC-20E III
  • Canon RF 1200mm F8L IS USM
  • Canon RF 1200mm F8L IS USM with RF TC 1.4x
  • Canon RF 1200mm F8L IS USM with RF TC 2x
  • Canon RF 800mm F5.6L
  • Canon RF 800mm F5.6L with RF TC 1.4x
  • Canon RF 800mm F5.6L with RF TC 2x
  • Leica Summicron-SL 35mm F2 ASPH.
  • Leica Summicron-SL 50mm F2 ASPH.
  • Nikkor Z 70-180mm F2.8
  • Nikkor Z 70-180mm F2.8 with Z TC 1.4x
  • Nikkor Z 70-180mm F2.8 with Z TC 2x
  • Sigma 17mm F4 DG DN (Sony FE)
  • Sigma 20mm F2 DG DN | C (L-mount)
  • Sigma 24mm F3.5 DG DN C (L-mount)
  • Sigma 90mm F2.8 DG DN (L-mount)
  • Sony FE 70-200mm F4 Macro G OSS II
  • Sony FE 70-200mm F4 Macro G OSS II with SEL TC1.4x
  • Sony FE 70-200mm F4 Macro G OSS II with SEL TC2x

The new modules are available across DxO’s full range of software:

Additional information on what's new in PhotoLab 7 and FilmPack 7:

New for FilmPack 7

Luminosity Masks for unequaled editing

FilmPack 7, Luminosity Masks enable the fine adjustment of exposure, color, and contrast. Users can now target specific parts of the image for precise changes such as adding warmth to highlights, offering new levels of control.

Upgraded Time Machine mode

Spanning almost two centuries of history's greatest photographers and their favorite film stocks, DxO FilmPack 7’s Time Machine features a large collection of iconic photographs. Users can experience historical styles in context and then apply them to their own photos. Photographers can enjoy 22 new historical images and events, in addition to 26 new presets, bringing the total to 94.

25 new film renderings and digital styles

In addition to FilmPack already wide array of authentic film renderings, Version 7 features 5 new modern analog film renderings: Cinestill Redrum 200, LomoChrome Metropolis 200, Lomography Redscale XR 200, Berlin Kino

B&W 400, and Earl Grey B&W 100. 20 new digital effects, and a series of digital rendering see new styles of color and black-and-white modes on modern cameras from Nikon and FujiFilm.

FilmPack 7 brings the total number of adjustable high-fidelity color and monochrome film renderings to 89 and 82 digital styles.

New for PhotoLab 7

Commitment To Color

PhotoLab 7 enables photographers to apply true-to-life, scientifically accurate color profiles to their images. PhotoLab 7 unique tool, working in concert with one of six industry-standard color checker charts from Calibrite and Datacolor.

Cinematic-Style Grading

We are excited to introduce Look Up Tables (LUTs) into PhotoLab 7: now available with 17 DxO starter presets. LUTs builds on our previous advances made in color management where we re-engineered our color processing algorithms, introduced DxO Wide Gamut our extended working color space and improved Soft Proofing mode. Using LUTs will enable our exacting photographers to speed up their workflow and apply their favorite style adjustments to their images.

HSL Editing Can Now Be Adjusted Locally

PhotoLab first began to set the standard in color control through its innovative HSL Color Wheel. The spectrum of color control tools now available in version 7 is the result of years of concerted effort to deliver lifelike and expressive colors demanded by serious photographers. Photographers can now enjoy the powerful easy-to-use HSL ColorWheel as part of their local adjustments, enabling them to adjust the color of a subject’s clothing, or subtly warming the highlights of a landscape scene, all with the highest quality and total creative freedom.

A Natural Black-and-White Workflow

PhotoLab 7 has new tools that help photographers create their definitive monochrome workflow. The interface introduces a new tab to switch between color and monochrome and a range of new film renderings – plus PhotoLab 7 includes introduces a six-channel mixer for complete tonal control across black-and-white photography.

Local Adjustments Revamped

The ability to make precise local adjustments is a vital part of creative photo editing. PhotoLab 7 makes this easy by organizing local adjustment tools into a new dedicated palette in the workspace. This evolution keeps the interface cleaner and makes photos more visible while they’re being worked on, allowing even greater precision from our popular U PointTM tool.

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