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Oct 02, 2014 14:02 |  #91

LR uses default settings across all images regardless of what you did in the camera. DPP uses the settings from your camera that you set up when you took the shot (NR settings, picture style values, etc)

That is the primary difference. This is why I use DPP, and I try to make sure my images are as perfect as I can get them out of camera while I am shooting. It saves me a tremendous amount of time.


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Oct 02, 2014 22:59 |  #92

I bought it!

IMAGE: http://www.cesarphotography.net/demos/6d.jpg

So, its time to play with this Camera and see how it works ;)

Thanks to all of you for your help and advices, I really appreciate it.

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Oct 02, 2014 23:00 |  #93

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17190254 (external link)
LR uses default settings across all images regardless of what you did in the camera. DPP uses the settings from your camera that you set up when you took the shot (NR settings, picture style values, etc)

That is the primary difference. This is why I use DPP, and I try to make sure my images are as perfect as I can get them out of camera while I am shooting. It saves me a tremendous amount of time.

Thanks, I think I will start to use DPP.


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Oct 02, 2014 23:04 as a reply to  @ reyces's post |  #94

Congratulations on your new acquisition, you'll be very pleased. I know I am with mine.




  
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Oct 02, 2014 23:09 |  #95

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Congratulations on your new acquisition, you'll be very pleased. I know I am with mine.

Thanks!! I did some test and wow!! love the ISO performance.... is just amazing!
I will do a full test one of these days ....

Thanks again!


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Oct 02, 2014 23:22 |  #96

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Thanks!! I did some test and wow!! love the ISO performance.... is just amazing!
I will do a full test one of these days ....

Thanks again!

Say goodbye to your crop gear.

Of course you may say that you'll keep it around for the "reach" but you won't be using it again. Just save up for your second 6D or 5D3.

Never mind about that high Iso, how about those crispy sharp images or that bokeh! Well that super iso of the 6D is pretty nice too.


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Oct 02, 2014 23:38 |  #97

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Say goodbye to your crop gear.

Of course you may say that you'll keep it around for the "reach" but you won't be using it again. Just save up for your second 6D or 5D3.

Never mind about that high Iso, how about those crispy sharp images or that bokeh! Well that super iso of the 6D is pretty nice too.

haha... I will have to sell my Camera and my lens.

That's true, I got nice/sharp images with the 6d, I'm happy with it! I can't wait to do my first photo shoot with the 6d.

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Oct 04, 2014 07:22 |  #98

Post up some pics from that new 6d you got there..


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Oct 06, 2014 12:38 |  #99

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17190254 (external link)
LR uses default settings across all images regardless of what you did in the camera. DPP uses the settings from your camera that you set up when you took the shot (NR settings, picture style values, etc)

That is the primary difference. This is why I use DPP, and I try to make sure my images are as perfect as I can get them out of camera while I am shooting. It saves me a tremendous amount of time.

I apologize if this is an xtremely newb kind of question (which is what i am) - and maybe it should be asked in the post processing area but since you've mentioned it here I thought I'd ask.. I was under the impression that LR just transferred the RAW files "as-is".. is that not the case?? If so, this is news to me and I need to review my post processing practices.. :(

Didn't mean to highjack this thread - congrats on the new 6D, enjoy


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Oct 06, 2014 17:21 |  #100

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Post up some pics from that new 6d you got there..

Sorry for my delay to answer but my weekends are pretty busy.

I will go to a local restaurant this week, they always have live bands so I will take some pics with both cameras just to check the difference. I will post the results here.


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Oct 06, 2014 17:23 |  #101

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I apologize if this is an xtremely newb kind of question (which is what i am) - and maybe it should be asked in the post processing area but since you've mentioned it here I thought I'd ask.. I was under the impression that LR just transferred the RAW files "as-is".. is that not the case?? If so, this is news to me and I need to review my post processing practices.. :(

Didn't mean to highjack this thread - congrats on the new 6D, enjoy

Thanks for your comment and honestly I had the same impression, let see what the other members can say about that.

Thanks I really like it and until this week I will have time to play with the camera.


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Oct 06, 2014 17:28 as a reply to  @ reyces's post |  #102

Congrats.

Make sure you are using DPP 4.x

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Oct 07, 2014 00:31 |  #103

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Congrats.

Make sure you are using DPP 4.x

http://www.usa.canon.c​om …eos_6d#DriversA​ndSoftware (external link)

Installed!! Thanks!! ;)


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Oct 07, 2014 05:12 |  #104

dRwOOD wrote in post #17197039 (external link)
I apologize if this is an xtremely newb kind of question (which is what i am) - and maybe it should be asked in the post processing area but since you've mentioned it here I thought I'd ask.. I was under the impression that LR just transferred the RAW files "as-is".. is that not the case?? If so, this is news to me and I need to review my post processing practices.. :(

Didn't mean to highjack this thread - congrats on the new 6D, enjoy

If you call "as is" > raw, meaning pure raw ;) yes ! LR does not apply any style from the camera (like standard, faithful, landscape, whatever)
I never tried, but i'm almost sure if you take a picture in monochrome style from the camera, LR will open it in color (i have to try it one day)


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Oct 07, 2014 06:43 |  #105

dRwOOD wrote in post #17197039 (external link)
I apologize if this is an xtremely newb kind of question (which is what i am) - and maybe it should be asked in the post processing area but since you've mentioned it here I thought I'd ask.. I was under the impression that LR just transferred the RAW files "as-is".. is that not the case?? If so, this is news to me and I need to review my post processing practices.. :(

Didn't mean to highjack this thread - congrats on the new 6D, enjoy

As I stated, LR applies a standard set of default filters to your raw files unless you have altered those defaults. DPP honors what the camera had set when the shot took place.

http://www.computer-darkroom.com …a/lr2-camera-defaults.htm (external link)


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