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Old Oct 26, 2010, 2:44 AM   #1
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Just in case anyone didnt know DPP 3.9.2 is now out. It has a better interface with 5 check marks plus an unsharp tool.
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Old Oct 26, 2010, 3:54 AM   #2
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Just in case anyone didnt know DPP 3.9.2 is now out. It has a better interface with 5 check marks plus an unsharp tool.
Sounds cool, I'm working with it at the moment for my most recent wedding (all my RAW is processed with DPP), I'm looking to make a change to Lightroom for better/faster workflow but at the moment I don't have time to learn the new system.
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Old Oct 26, 2010, 4:12 AM   #3
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Yes all mine is PP with it. Canon has done well to give this a freebie. I am unsure as to my next move as I want to get a new computer and I am concidering a MAC after 30years with a pc so I think I will post later to see if any on else has done this change and what are there eperiences with it. Then its whether to go with Lightroom or Aperture. so that maybe a 30 trial of each.
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I really wanted to switch to Mac, mainly for video editing but I have CS3 for both options (thanks to previously working for Adobe's largest global reseller ) so it would have been pretty OK in that respect. However, I needed the money to move to Egypt to be closer to my fiancee (now wife) so couldn't do it. I think I would still go LR looking at what the new version offers but you are right to have a play around with both flavors.
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Aperture 3 is pretty nice to work with, it is a pretty nice manager plus has pretty nice editing tools. The sliders are nice. I just find it very easy to work with. Thought about getting CSE, but did not want to put out the 700 dollar investment.

I liked the new lightroom also. But just prefer the Aperture interface a little better.
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mmmm.. went to cannon site and 3.8.1 is the only one i can find...
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mmmm.. went to cannon site and 3.8.1 is the only one i can find...
Just google dpp 3.9.2 and you will find it.
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Mark, if you want a fast work flow ACDPro3 is awesome. I went through a set of pics for recent shoot that was almost 1000 pics, editing and processing, pretty quickly. If I were using CS5 or lightroom, I have both, I would still be at it.
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Thanks for this, updated!
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