If you're anything like us, your photo library contains two kinds of photos: the great shots, and those which could have been great, but for some defect or other. We hang onto the latter in the hopes that one day we'll find a way to salvage them, but until then, they don't get much love. With the debut of DxO Optics Pro 9 and its brand-new PRIME denoising engine, it may be time to revisit those neglected photos, and bring some back into the fold.

The PRIME engine isn't the only change in Optics Pro 9, but boy, is it ever an…

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