Using the 30-day trial version of DxO Photo Lab 4 and windows 10 with RAW images.
Have been trying out DxO Photo Lab 4 along with several other RAW processors. Checking the features, DxO has most that seem very useful (particularly like Deep Prime) but am disappointed that there doesn’t seem to be any way to cut/copy an image (such as a person, sign, etc), remove the background, and replace the background or paste the cut image into a different photo. Easily done with GIMP (free) and ON1 (among others), but can’t find anything about DxO Photo Lab 4 to tell how to do that.
Is there a way to do this using DxO Photo Lab 4?