+1 for LR/PS/DXO and Capture One. I've also got Affinity Photo which is certainly cheap, but you get what you pay for IMO. Upgrades are free, so I get to try the latest versions. It has got better with each release, but I find it's still not even close to LR/PS. I find it impossible to recover anything like the same level of fine detail in Affinity especially on fine textures (e.g. animal fur, green grass etc.) than I get by default in LR/PS. Affinity's highlight and Shadow adjustment tools are