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*** "DxO Perspective is perfect for the photographer looking for a quick and easy way to straighten photos and adjust their perspective without having to purchase expensive tools" TUAW's Mac App of the week ***
With DxO Perspective, you can correct any perspective issues in your images in just a few clicks. A skewed building? A tilted horizon? Simply place the anchor points along the lines you want to fix, and your image instantly achieves a more natural look.
Automatically corrects even the most complex perspective problems:
• Several correction tools adapted to different kinds of photo compositions
• Horizon recovery
• Optimized cropping to maximize the visible field
Easy to use:
• DxO Perspective provides a simple solution for correcting your images, thanks to an innovative system of anchor points that you apply directly on your image
• Advanced tools let you fine-tune corrections according to your own tastes
The perfect solution for:
• Street and architectural photos
• Interior shots
• Landscape photos
• Reproductions of posters or paintings
• Opens and saves JPEG and 8- & 16-bit TIFF images
• Available in English, French, German and Japanese
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Hasn't been updated for a year. Jumps around when you're trying to set alignments. Not smooth or fast and doesn't feel native or supported. Did they rush this out just to have something in the App Store? I love the work that DxO does, but Perspective is not a high point.
Great for deskewing and perspective correction
I use this app to deskew jpg images. Many deskew apps do no more than rotate an image to align it to a hoizintal ruler. This app does a true deskew—I can select four corners of an object that would be rectangular if viewed straight-on, and the app will correct the image to make the object rectangular. That makes it very useful for tasks such as:
—correcting the keystone effect that appears when shooting tall buildings,
—removing perspective from book cover photos that show the cover on a book shot at an angle; and
—just about any other task where perspective correction or keystone removal is desired.
It’s very intuitive and easy to use, and it’s pretty flexible in how one chooses the points where the correction is calculated.
wishing for Photos integration
fixing parallax / tilt shift issues is this app’s specialty and it performs wonderfully. If only it showed up as a plugin in Photos. As it is, I can find pictures in Photos, and easily edit them in DxO Perspective, but when it comes to saving them - they don’t go back into Photos (at least not obviously - and they don’t show up in the standard Photos view). So Please Please DxO - make it a plugin.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.