A look at the software you can use to edit and improve your photos with an emphasis on DXO Pro.
By Jim Garin
Today, it is very easy to take almost any digital camera, take a picture and have it come out pretty well. Cameras have auto face recognition, smile recognition, pet recognition and more modes than one could possible use. Even phones can take reasonable images.
But as soon as you take a camera underwater, all bets are off. At most a camera will have an underwater setting…one that only works underwater for bright tropical conditions, and divers aren’t always diving in those places, or with artificial light sources like strobes.
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We went over to the Big Island for a week of “cillaxing” in February. Staying in a condo, we enjoyed several long drives around the island to visit the Volcano National Park, Hilo and the north end...
I managed to get out with Jack’s Diving Locker on one of their limited load trips one day. They did a great job with only 4 divers on a boat made for 8 or 10, for photographers it’s well worth the extra cost.