5D and editing / converting software

Started May 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
tony field
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Re: 5D and editing / converting software
In reply to octane2, May 4, 2012

octane2 wrote:

Sure it does! I use DPP exclusively for my wedding photography.

I have pre-defined sharpening, lens distortion, CA correction "recipes" for each of my cameras. I use the simplest filing system known to man -- each camera's output goes to its own directory, under the parent date directory. I then simply select all and apply the base receipe to the entire lot of images for that particular camera.

Well, if you find it smooth operating for weddings, I guess I should revisit DPP. Previously, it was slow operating, had bugs, and was difficult to work with on my large volume shoots (sports, theatre, dance). Guess I will download the current edition and give it a fly. I did like the colour resulting from DPP.

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