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Feb 18, 2014 01:53 |  #1

I am really liking DPP. Are there any add ons/Plugins/Additional effects or do they have other versions of the program ?


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Feb 18, 2014 02:31 |  #2

A forum member here (yb98) has developed an add-on called DPP+. There's a trial version, with the full version costing €15.80. More details on http://digitol.free.fr​/doku.php?id=dpppp:hom​e (external link). I'm now a Lightroom user - so have never used it myself, so can't give a personal recommendation.

There are also other Picture Style presets that you can download from Canon, e.g. from http://web.canon.jp …turestyle/file/​index.html (external link). Googling for "dpp picture styles download" will find you many more.

You can also download the Picture Style Editor to create your own pre-sets: http://www.canon.co.uk …5738&page=1&typ​e=download (external link)


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Feb 18, 2014 04:46 |  #3

Nick_Reading.UK wrote in post #16698177 (external link)
I am really liking DPP. Are there any add ons/Plugins/Additional effects or do they have other versions of the program ?

I have used DPP++, an add-on for DPP, for four years, and through the progression of updates to the first version, it has added more and more features.

DPP, with DPP++, is my standard RAW converter. Without DPP++, DPP would be much less convenient to use, and features would be missing that I frequently find necessary or useful (from there I produce TIFs, which, if further editing is required I do in Photoshop CC, using NIK plugins).

The author, yb68, who frequents this forum, is most helpful if you have questions, or requests.

I encourage you to give it a try ... it's well worth the small cost!

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Feb 18, 2014 06:10 |  #4

Cheers Guys, some great tips... !!


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Feb 18, 2014 08:24 |  #5

Yes good to know, in DL now.




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Feb 18, 2014 17:09 |  #6

Quite a good bunch of videos to get the basics of DPP before going DPP ++
http://www.youtube.com …Q&list=PLCD7AA7​E58615DDBB (external link)


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Feb 18, 2014 18:51 |  #7

Nick_Reading.UK wrote in post #16699874 (external link)
Quite a good bunch of videos to get the basics of DPP before going DPP ++
http://www.youtube.com …Q&list=PLCD7AA7​E58615DDBB (external link)

Thanks for the link. I never knew they had DPP videos.




  
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Feb 18, 2014 19:12 |  #8

I'd say DPP has made some real progress over the years, enough so that you see more people taking it seriously as their Raw processor.

Add to that the features added by DPP++ as well as the Picture Style Editor, then you have a pretty cool bundle!


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Feb 19, 2014 12:08 |  #9

You also know about the lens optimizers on Canon site as well ... it's a very effective tool prior to any other processing you might want in DPP or other programs.

You register the lens in your PC / LT, download the optimizer (only once), then process each RAW image ... or choose the images you need to optimize ...




  
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Feb 19, 2014 12:31 |  #10

monkey44 wrote in post #16701664 (external link)
You also know about the lens optimizers on Canon site as well ...

It's just too bad that DPP doesn't do lens corrections for 3rd party lenses.

A forum member here (yb98) has developed an add-on called DPP+. There's a trial version, with the full version costing €15.80. More details on http://digitol.free.fr​/doku.php?id=dpppp:hom​e (external link). I'm now a Lightroom user - so have never used it myself, so can't give a personal recommendation.

That looks like quite a useful set of tools at a very good price.




  
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Feb 20, 2014 10:22 |  #11

groundloop wrote in post #16701711 (external link)
It's just too bad that DPP doesn't do lens corrections for 3rd party lenses.

You can use it with 3rd party lenses. See here (external link).


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New Version DPP++ 11.3 released (external link)

  
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Feb 20, 2014 11:05 |  #12

yb98 wrote in post #16704046 (external link)
You can use it with 3rd party lenses. See here (external link).

Well, sort of but not really. That's just tricking DPP into thinking that it's doing lens corrections for a Canon lens. I don't buy that it's anywhere near as good as having proper lens correction data.




  
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Feb 20, 2014 16:39 |  #13

yb98 wrote in post #16704046 (external link)
You can use it with 3rd party lenses. See here (external link).

Hay, here is the man himself.. ! Respect !!!


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Feb 20, 2014 23:47 |  #14

groundloop wrote in post #16704124 (external link)
Well, sort of but not really. That's just tricking DPP into thinking that it's doing lens corrections for a Canon lens. I don't buy that it's anywhere near as good as having proper lens correction data.

Yes that's true but at least this method seems to provide better results than without any correction.

Hay, here is the man himself.. ! Respect !!!

Thanks ;)


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