Software Question

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jrkliny Veteran Member • Posts: 4,238
Re: Software Question

Distinctly Average wrote:

It is your opinion that DPP4 is best. It really isn’t for the vast majority of pros that want and need a fast workflow and anyone who needs to do more than basic editing. ......

Yup, best and fast are different.  If you are a pro shooting weddings or processing large numbers of images, then DPP4 is not going to work.  Topaz software is not likely to work either.   The Topaz plugins I use for special purposes are equally slow, if not worse.

Nor do I always use DPP4.  I really want it if I have shot at high ISO or if I shot a tight aperture and need diffraction correction.

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