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Jun 01, 2017 08:56 |  #3736

Dreading asking this but -

Mainly jpeg for my racing as explained previously BUT just thought I would give it a go in RAW to try out the f8 focusing etc, all went pretty good until I got how - fired up Photoshop CS5 Ext, went to open a raw file and
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Wouldn't open it, gave me the 'not supported by the installed version of camera raw'. Okay I thought, help / updates / all up to date!!!!

Checked online, downloaded newest version of CR but it doesn't work, I am running a stupidly hi spec PC with win 7 x64 (hate win 10) photoshop CS5 ext, raw ver: 6.7.1.340.

Please tell me I don't have to fork out for another version of PS as this does everything I need it to (other than new raw files obviously) or win 10.

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Jun 01, 2017 09:07 |  #3737

David Stallard wrote in post #18368209 (external link)
Dreading asking this but -

Mainly jpeg for my racing as explained previously BUT just thought I would give it a go in RAW to try out the f8 focusing etc, all went pretty good until I got how - fired up Photoshop CS5 Ext, went to open a raw file and
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Yep you knew it was coming.
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Wouldn't open it, gave me the 'not supported by the installed version of camera raw'. Okay I thought, help / updates / all up to date!!!!

Checked online, downloaded newest version of CR but it doesn't work, I am running a stupidly hi spec PC with win 7 x64 (hate win 10) photoshop CS5 ext, raw ver: 6.7.1.340.

Please tell me I don't have to fork out for another version of PS as this does everything I need it to (other than new raw files obviously) or win 10.

Help please

.DAVID. xx


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Jun 01, 2017 09:09 |  #3738

Thanks for the prompt reply - Sorry - is DPP canons software? never installed or used it in all the years I have been working digital.

If I do then I guess my photoshop is basically obsolete (or keep it just for my 5dmkIII raw files)

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Jun 01, 2017 13:22 |  #3739

Sorry guys, not sure what this little guy is, just a group of first's / test's

1DXmkII (first shot in raw) 200-400 with the canon mkIII x2 extender (hand held) and first attempt 'ever' with dpp software. Does it work? or have I gone too far with the processing?

1/500, f/8, iso 320, 800mm

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Any pointers greatly received.

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Jun 01, 2017 14:30 |  #3740

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Sorry guys, not sure what this little guy is, just a group of first's / test's

.DAVID.

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Jun 01, 2017 15:43 |  #3741

It doesn't look too far to me.

However, if you prefer or are more comfortable with your PS workflow, it's only a small step to use DPP to convert your CR2 files in a batch to TIFF which you can then open in RS.


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Jun 01, 2017 16:13 |  #3742

David Stallard wrote in post #18368209 (external link)
Dreading asking this but -

Help please

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Doesn't quite solve your problem, but I learned that same problem years ago when I had PS 4, then needing to upgrade to PS 5 in order to work on RAW files as I was upgrading my camera bodies along the way.

It finally dawned upon me that it was cheaper/easier to just get Lightroom (which has become such a great photo editor) and do the very final touches as it can be linked to whatever version Photoshop when you export the images.

The only pisser is that my RAIDed harddrives crashed last summer and with it, went my stand-alone installation files for both Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS 6. So I won't be able to install the softwares again if/when I am forced to upgrade my desktop in the coming years. I'd have to jump on to the subscription-based CC versions.


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Jun 01, 2017 21:42 as a reply to  @ jwcdds's post |  #3743

If you're shooting a 1Dx like in your avatar, even jpeg's should be great.


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Jun 01, 2017 23:33 |  #3744

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Jun 02, 2017 00:56 |  #3745

rejay14 wrote in post #18368774 (external link)
If you're shooting a 1Dx like in your avatar, even jpeg's should be great.

I am shooting with the 1DX mkII yes, racing shots are jpeg (as explained earlier in the post) but every now and then it would be nice to shoot a few stills in raw so being able to work on them in PS would have been great.

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Jun 02, 2017 10:14 |  #3746

Posting in the 200-400 thread as well.

Still first day with the dpp software so please excuse them being a little 'rough around the edges'. Few more test shots to see how the system handled the 200-400 with extra 2x converter (hand held sorry) With the x2 fitted we have f/8 and the focusing is still pretty quick and the detail is quite nice even though I do say so myself.

#1 Too slow a shutter speed really but it did keep focus on the head at 800mm

IMAGE: https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/Wildlife/i-MZwVLgn/0/234c55dc/XL/DPP%20test%20DSP_3690-XL.jpg

#2 Breakfast on the 'sway' def better at 1/1250

IMAGE: https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/Wildlife/i-hTGcvHp/0/ae49aed9/XL/DPP%20test%20DSP_3712-XL.jpg

#3 Actually through a reed bed so yes - very happy

IMAGE: https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/Wildlife/i-XjwRvqD/0/d8d60d2c/XL/DPP%20test%20DSP_3716-XL.jpg

#4 Last one - this was with the built in 1.4 engaged as well meaning f/11 manual focus - 9 times out of 10 as long as I was braced against something I would autofocus at 800mm /f/8 then flip the switch to give me the full 1120mm at f/11

IMAGE: https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/Wildlife/i-H75HwnV/0/daf3ffde/XL/DPP%20test%20DSP_3757-XL.jpg

Hope this helps for those that asked or wondered.

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Jun 02, 2017 16:36 |  #3747

David Stallard wrote in post #18368218 (external link)
Thanks for the prompt reply - Sorry - is DPP canons software? never installed or used it in all the years I have been working digital.

If I do then I guess my photoshop is basically obsolete (or keep it just for my 5dmkIII raw files)

.DAVID.

As Julian's noted - Lightroom could be a good solution.

I'm still running Photoshop CS6 (the last standalone version I believe). I use the standalone version of Lightroom 6 to import and manage photos, and indeed for the vast majority of shots all the editing I need I can do within LR.

For those that require more work, there's an "Open in Photoshop" function, which brings the raw (that Lightroom has read) into PS; and if it's a version of PS that doesn't support that camera, it's opened as a 16bit TIFF or PSD with your colour space of choice. As far as I'm aware, it loses nothing over opening the file directly in a modern version of PS with the same settings (they both use Adobe Camera Raw [ACR]).


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Jun 02, 2017 16:52 |  #3748

David Stallard wrote in post #18368218 (external link)
Thanks for the prompt reply - Sorry - is DPP canons software? never installed or used it in all the years I have been working digital.

If I do then I guess my photoshop is basically obsolete (or keep it just for my 5dmkIII raw files)

.DAVID.

My wife and I finally gave up and went with Adobe Creative Cloud. It's $120/year, but B&H occasionally has it on sale for $90/year. So that's $7.50 to $10 per month per person, which isn't much compared to what we've spent on equipment. Or dinners out. Or Keurig cups. ;-)a

Adobe CC includes Lightroom and Photoshop, and it gets updated pretty quickly when new equipment is released. I don't like subscription software, but it has worked out well for both my wife and myself.

We do use DPP to make the initial pass through our photos to delete the losers. It's much faster to do that in DPP than importing the raw files into Lightroom and evaluating them there.


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Jun 02, 2017 16:54 |  #3749

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#4 Last one - this was with the built in 1.4 engaged as well meaning f/11 manual focus - 9 times out of 10 as long as I was braced against something I would autofocus at 800mm /f/8 then flip the switch to give me the full 1120mm at f/11
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Hope this helps for those that asked or wondered.

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That's impressive!


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