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May 13, 2008 12:21 |  #1

is out on the US site, along with other updates. 3.3.x didnt last long!




  
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May 13, 2008 12:22 |  #2

EWWW nice! Going to check it out now.

Seems like a worth upgrade! Now I wish they would add a straightening tool and a downsize tool like ACR.


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May 13, 2008 12:37 |  #3

I find I'm starting to like DPP for 'quick and dirty' edits, I just wish the interface weren't so clunky (to me).




  
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May 13, 2008 12:51 |  #4

DPP is my weapon of choice for sports shots.
ACR was my weapon of choise for everything else until I bought a Mark III. Now I'm trying to get everything to work first through DPP then move to CS2. Seems to work pretty well actually.
Add straightening and downsizing and that would seal the deal for me.


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May 13, 2008 12:53 as a reply to  @ Mr. Clean's post |  #5

:cool: Thanks for the heads up.


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May 13, 2008 12:57 |  #6

What are the improvements?


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May 13, 2008 12:57 |  #7

Went in and I didn't see it :(. Nadtz, I know it doesn't matter, but which model did you type in (want to replicate you query). Thanks

REVISED: I guess they are in the process of updating...I see it now for Mac OS X


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May 13, 2008 13:17 |  #8

Looks to be a lot of changes with the words "XSi/450D" in them. ;)


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May 13, 2008 13:19 |  #9

AngryCorgi wrote in post #5516457 (external link)
Looks to be a lot of changes with the words "XSi/450D" in them. ;)

Ah Ha~ I knew it! ;)


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May 13, 2008 13:20 |  #10

Lightroom FTW. :)



  
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May 13, 2008 14:34 |  #11

Pasukun wrote in post #5516320 (external link)
What are the improvements?

As from the DL page

1. Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.4
1-1. Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1)
1-2. Adds the luminance noise reduction function for TIFF/JPEG images You can make this setting with the [Tool Palette] tab in [Preferences] and the [NR/LENS] tab from the tool palette.
1-3. Adds a lens with the aberration correction function and supports the extender. Now supports sixteen more lenses. Newly supports the extender (EF1.4 X II and EF2 X II) to increase the variety in combinations. For supported cameras and lenses, please see the Help file (or the instruction manual).
1-4. Fixes malfunctions Fixes a bug where RAW images shot with EOS Kiss X2/EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi/EOS DIGITAL 450D are not displayed in accordance to the PictureStyle file settings.

2. Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.3
2-1. Supports EOS Kiss X2/EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi/EOS DIGITAL 450D
2-2. Adds a correction screen You can now choose images saved in different locations and display them on the same screen.
2-3. Improves adjustment functions - Extends the noise reduction adjustment range from 3-step (Off/Low/High) to 11-step (0 to 10). - Adds [Default noise reduction settings] to the [Tool Palette] tab in [Preferences].
2-4. Adds [Display thumbnails at high quality] to the [General Settings] tab in [Preferences].
2-5. Supports more cameras and lenses with the lens aberration correction function. Adds support to EOS Kiss X2/EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi/EOS DIGITAL 450D and nine lenses.




  
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May 13, 2008 14:36 |  #12

Dorman wrote in post #5516491 (external link)
Lightroom FTW. :)

LR is too DB reliant for my taste, makes having a single synced library on multiple (some mobile) computers something of an annoyance.




  
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May 13, 2008 15:23 |  #13

^ I'm with you on LR being DB-reliant. I ran into that with Aperture over the weekend as well. Trying to "Import folders as projects..." Man, what a disaster - and a general pain in the ass. Not to mention a bug in the latest Aperture 2.0.1 that seems to eat memory... And not release it short of a reboot (or logging out, don't recall if I tried that).

I like Bridge. Leave things where they are, let me browse stuff on-the-fly without resorting to importing, etc. Call me old fashioned...


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May 13, 2008 15:48 |  #14

We should for a LR haters club :D I trialed it and it's cool in some instances but really not worth the money IMHO.


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May 13, 2008 15:51 |  #15

I like Lightroom as my primary tool but also keep DPP as up-to-date as possible because it's great for simple edits & conversions.


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