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MasterJediYoda 5:44pm on Sunday, October 24th, 2010 
Am loving the convenience of being able to change white balance, ISO setting, and image quality at the click of a button! The D200 is a technical workhorse. You have a lab literally in your hands to customize your pictures, even before you upload them into your PC.
ChuckVanT 2:59pm on Thursday, October 14th, 2010 
this is a replacement part that did not come back when I sent my camera in for repair this one fit perfectly [...] Durable","Easy To Use". The MB-D200 battery grip is a good accessory to have. I use it with my Fuji S5 camera. It adds some weight, but that is offset by its functionality.
dmk 7:11am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 
Great camera! I finally made the transition from a Nikon N65 film SLR to the Nikon D200 DSLR 1 year ago before a trip to Hong Kong and China. LCD Cover I love these covers, they protect my LCD from being scatched and unable to see the photos after they have been taken.
jeronimo 8:44pm on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 
Great time to buy this camera Watch for prices on this camera to drop as the Nikon D300 has been released.
wukejia 10:26am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010 
The product is great for everyday and vacation photography. Art photography as always is done with medium to large format film. The product is great for everyday and vacation photography. Art photography as always is done with medium to large format film.
strahman 8:17pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010 
The D200 is my first DSLR. Many have suggested the D80 as a good beginner DSLR, but I wanted features the D200 had.
domenic.murtari 9:47pm on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 
The product is great for everyday and vacatio...  The price for the best quality in all areas The size of the sensor
LionelM 6:16pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010 
This is not portable, but works up to 33 feet away without distortion. Works very well with everything i have tried; perfect for iPod touch.
AndyGrocer 3:11am on Thursday, April 29th, 2010 
High Quality at a Low Price I purchased this product for a family member for Christmas and was overly impressed when I recieved it.
cmarkle 9:37pm on Saturday, April 24th, 2010 
A nice thing.Now I introduce Nikon D200 to you .I think it is OK. Nikon is a precision optical company with worldwide manufacturing. Parameters Focus TTL phase-detection autofocus, Nikon Multi-CAM 1 00 0 even autofocus module AF-assist illuminator (approx. 0.5m to 3. Years ago and since the Nikon D100 and Canon 10D, respectively, since the release.

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Introduction

RAW Image Processing, Viewing and Editing Software

Contents at a Glance

Digital Photo Professional
Ver. 3.9 Instruction Manual
Content of this Instruction Manual
DPP is used for Digital Photo Professional. In this manual, the windows used in the examples are from Windows XP. indicates the selection procedure of the menu. Example: [File] menu [Exit]. Square brackets are used to indicate items such as menu names, button names and window names that appear on the computer screen. Text inside < > indicates a key on the keyboard. ** indicates a reference page. Click to move to the relevant page. : Marks helpful information when a problem arises. : Marks tips for using the software skillfully. : Marks information that should be read before use. : Marks additional information you may find helpful.

Basic Operation

Advanced Operation

: next page

Switching Between Pages
Click on arrows on the bottom right of the screen. : previous page
Advanced Image Editing and Printing Processing Large Numbers of Images Editing JPEG/TIFF Images
: return to a page you had previously displayed Click on the chapter headings on the right side of the screen to switch to the contents page of that chapter. Also, click the item you want to read about on the table of contents to move to the relevant page.

Reference

Help and Shortcut Keys
For information about using DPP, refer to Help from the [Help] menu. Refer to the [Troubleshooting] [Shortcut Key List] in the Help for a list of shortcut keys which are helpful for quick operation.

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By selecting the [View] menu [AF Point] in the edit window or edit image window, you can display the AF points selected in the camera at the time of shooting. However, AF points are not displayed for images which have had their image size changed and then been converted and saved (p.42, p.119), or which have had settings specified during RAW processing on the camera for distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction.
To display an image in an enlargement ratio other than 100% Click the [50% view] or [200% view] on the toolbar. You can change the way the tool palette is displayed (p.79). You can change the enlargement ratio when you double-click (p.78). With the edit image window, you can only select images from one folder. To gather images from several folders for editing, refer to Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window (p.36). For a list of edit image window functions, refer to p.118.

Doubleclick

The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel size). To change the display position, drag on the image or drag the enlargement display position (p.114) of the tool palette. Double-click again to revert to the full view ([Fit to window]). To return to the main window, click the [Main window] button on the toolbar.
Changing the Thumbnail Display Position to a Horizontal Position
Select the [View] menu position]. [Change thumbnail
Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window
You can gather any randomly selected images together in the [Collection] window for viewing, comparison and editing. You can gather images from several folders as well as from only one folder, allowing you to work with them efficiently.
Select images from the [Folder] window in the main window, and select the [File] menu [Add to collection].
If you select [Change thumbnail position] again, the thumbnail display reverts to the vertical position.
The selected images are added to the [Collection] window and the number of selected images is shown on the [Collection] tab sheet. When you add RAW and JPEG images displayed as a single image (p.22), the number of images shown on the [Collection] tab sheet increases by 2. You can select several images and add them to the [Collection] window. You can also add images to the [Collection] window by selecting images, right-clicking with your mouse, and selecting [Add to collection] from the menu that appears. You can add up to 1,000 images to the [Collection] window.
Select the [Collection] tab sheet.
To remove images from the [Collection] window Removing randomly selected images Select the images to be removed in the [Collection] window and then select [Remove from collection] in the [File] menu. (You can also remove images from the [Collection] window by selecting the images, rightclicking with the mouse, and selecting [Remove from collection] from the menu that appears.) Note that even if you remove an image from the [Collection] window, the original image remains unaffected. Removing all images Select [Clear collection] in the [File] menu. (You can also remove all images from the [Collection] window by selecting one image, rightclicking with the mouse, and selecting [Clear collection] from the menu that appears.) Note that even if you remove all images from the [Collection] window, the original images remain unaffected.

Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet Printers Compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint
You can perform the following types of photograph printing with Canon inkjet printers compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint (hereinafter, EPP): Simple printing of RAW images High quality printing using the color reproduction range of Adobe RGB and a Canon inkjet printer To perform this printing, it is necessary to first install EPP version 3.5 or later on your computer. When using an Easy-PhotoPrint EX-compatible inkjet printer, it is recommended that you print using Easy-PhotoPrint EX (p.43).

Start up EPP.

EPP starts up.
Select the image to be printed.
Select the [File] menu PhotoPrint].
DPP is also compatible for printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro (p.74).
In the EPP window, select the [File] menu [Preferences].
Select the [Advanced] tab sheet and check that the EPP image compensation function is disabled.
If not disabled, the operation of the EPP image compensation function may prevent images being printed with faithful color reproduction.
In [Print Quality], select [Quality Priority].
If checked, click to remove the check mark
6 Specify the number of sheets to be printed, and then click [Next].
Click to close the window
Check that the image compensation function is disabled, select the paper type and then click [Next].
If checked, click to remove the check marks
Additional information Print up to 1000 images at a time You can print up to 1000 images selected in DPP at a time. When printing more than 1000 images, divide the printing into several jobs. The printed images color is not what you expected Change the [Rendering intents when using Easy-PhotoPrint] (p.80) to [Perceptual] (p.126) and print. Printing with a wide color reproduction When the color space (p.71, p.80) is set to Adobe RGB and the image is printed with Canon inkjet printer, the color reproduction area widens, and green and blue in particular are reproduced vividly. When the color space is set to Apple RGB or ColorMatch RGB, the image is printed with an sRGB color space, and when set to Wide Gamut RGB, with an Adobe RGB color space.

Click Select the paper type
Specify the layout, and then click [Print].

Click to print

Select the layout Printing begins.

Organizing Images

Printing Photographs with a Printer other than Canon Inkjet Printers
You can print one image on one sheet of paper. This section explains how to delete unwanted images, create folders for saving images, move or copy images, etc., and organize your images.
Select the image to be printed. [Print].
Deleting an Unwanted Image
Be aware that you cannot recover deleted images.
Select an unwanted image in the main window. [Delete].
The [Print] dialog box appears.
The [Confirm File Delete] dialog box appears. The image is moved to the [Recycle Bin] and is deleted from DPP. The images are deleted completely from your computer when the [Empty Recycle Bin] operation is performed on the [Recycle Bin] on the desktop.
Set to photograph printing and print.
3 Click the [Yes] button.
Creating a Folder for Saving Images
You can create a folder for sorting images.

Moving Images

You can move or copy images to a separate folder and sort by shooting date or themes.
area, select 1 In the folderbe created. the location where the new folder is to
Drag the image to be moved or copied.
To move: Drag the image and release when the image is in the destination folder. To copy: Drag the image while holding down the <Ctrl> key and release when the image is in the destination folder.

2 Select the [File] menu

[Create new folder].
The [Create new folder] dialog box appears.
The images are moved or copied to the destination folder.
3 Enter a folder name and click the [OK] button.
The new folder is created in the folder selected in step 1.

Moving Images in Folders

You can move or copy folders that contain images, and sort the images by folders.
Registering Frequent-Use Folders (Bookmark Registration)
You can register frequently used folders in bookmarks. Registered folders appear by clicking the [Bookmark] menu.
Drag the folder to be moved or copied.
To move: Drag the folder and release when the folder is in the destination folder. To copy: Drag the folder while holding down the <Ctrl> key and release when the folder is in the destination folder.
1 Select the folder for which a bookmark is to be registered.
The folders are moved or copied to the destination folder.

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Select the [Bookmark] menu

[Add].

The folder selected in step 1 is registered in the [Bookmark] menu. Select a registered folder from the [Bookmark] menu to display images in the selected folder in the main window.

Organizing Bookmarks

You can change a folder name or delete a folder registered in [Bookmark].

[Organize].

The [Sort bookmarks] window appears and you can change folder names or delete folders.
Various preferences including advanced image adjustment, automatic dust erasure processing, various printing functions for printing out work, and color management are explained here, geared to the user who is competent in the handling of third-party image editing software.
Performing Automatic Dust Erasure Processing.. 67 Compatible Cameras.. 67 Automatic Dust Erasure Processing in the Main Window. 68 Manually Erasing Dust (Repair Function). 69
Erasing Unwanted Parts of an Image (Copy Stamp Function)... 71
Adjusting While Comparing with the Original Image. 53 Changing How the Window is Split.. 53 Adjusting by Comparing Multiple Images.. 54 Displaying an Area Beyond the Set Range as a Warning Indicator (Highlight/Shadow Warning). 55 Performing Advanced Editing.. 56 Adjusting White Balance with Color Temperature.. 56 Tuning White Balance with Color Wheel. 56 Adjusting Dynamic Range... 57 Adjusting Brightness of Shadows/Highlights. 57 Tone Curve Adjustment.. 58 Example of a Tone Curve Operation. 59 Using a Picture Style File.. 59 About the RGB Tool Palette.. 60 Using the Auto Lighting Optimizer.. 61 Reducing Noise... 62 Correcting Lens Aberration.. 63 Compatible Cameras.. 63 Compatible Lenses.. 63 Making Corrections.. 65 About Shooting Distance Information Slider. 66 Correcting Multiple Images at a Time. 66
Transferring a RAW Image to Photoshop. 71 Setting Work Color Space.. 71 Printing with Shooting Information.. 72
Printing a Thumbnail List (Contact Sheet Printing). 73
Printing RAW Images on a High-End Canon Printer. 74 Printing with a High-End Canon Inkjet Printer. 74 Printing with a Large-Format Canon Printer.. 75 Specifying Preferences.. 76 General Settings.. 76 View Settings.. 78 Tool Palette... 79 Color Management... 80
Adjusting While Comparing with the Original Image
You can display before and after versions of an adjusted image in the same window and adjust while checking the adjustment results.
Changing How the Window is Split
You can change the display of the image to a single image split in two.
In the edit window, select the [View] menu after comparison].
[Before/ In the edit window, select the [View] menu mode] [Split single image]. [Display
The image divides into a left and right window. The window on the right shows the image after editing.
2 Change the image display.
Select the [View] menu down].

Click to add a [ ] (point) Adjust by dragging [ ]
Right-click with the mouse inside the graph to display the menu
The horizontal axis shows the input level and the vertical axis shows the output level. The maximum number of [ ] is 8. To delete a [ ], either press the <Del> key or double-click on the [ ]. The histogram display changes according to adjustment. You can also fix the histogram display to the display before any adjustments (p.79). The tone curve mode and interpolation method for a tone curve can also be changed in [Preferences] (p.79).
Example of a Tone Curve Operation
Makes medium tones brighter Makes medium tones darker
Using a Picture Style File
A Picture Style file is an extended function file of a Picture Style. With DPP, you can apply to RAW images Picture Style files that you have downloaded from Canons web site effective for various scenes or Picture Style files created with Picture Style Editor. When using a Picture Style file, save it to your computer beforehand.
1 the [RAW] 2 Selectthe [Browse]tab sheet in the tool palette, and click button.
Makes tones harder Makes tones softer
Display the image to which the Picture Style file is to be applied in the edit window (p.11).
The [Open] dialog box appears.
Select a Picture Style file saved on your computer, and click the [Open] button.
The Picture Style file you selected is applied to an image. To apply a different Picture Style file, follow the procedure from step 2 again.
The Picture Style files that you can apply to the camera are files with the.PF2 extension only. Furthermore, you cannot apply Picture Style files with the extension.PSE to an image; however if such a file is registered in the camera and the image is shot, the image will display correctly.
About the RGB Tool Palette
You can adjust images with the tool palette by switching between the [RAW], [RGB] and [NR/Lens/ALO] tab sheets according to your editing requirements. The [RGB] tool palette functions are the same as ordinary image editing software, such as tone curve adjustment that is explained here, with which you can adjust RAW images. However, because the adjustment width of the functions in the [RGB] tool palette is wider than the [RAW] tool palette, the image color may be saturated, or the image quality may deteriorate if you adjust too much. Therefore we recommend for functions other than tone curve adjustment (p.58) and automatic adjustment (p.33), that you adjust images using the same functions available in the [RAW] tool palette. Refer to Chapter 5 for explanations on functions of the [RGB] tool palette other than tone curve adjustment.
Using the tool palette We recommend that as a general principle you edit RAW images using the [RAW] tool palette. However, where the adjustment width with the [RAW] tool palette is not wide enough and you wish to use the special functions in the [RGB] tool palette, we recommend that you adjust your images at the necessary lowest limit with the [RGB] tool palette after having completed basic adjustment with the [RAW] tool palette. Use the adjustment function of the [NR/Lens/ALO] tool palette (p.115) when applying the Auto Lighting Optimizer (p.61), reducing noise (p.62) or correcting aberration (p.63) after you have made any required adjustments with the [RAW] and [RGB] tool palettes.

EOS DIGITAL REBEL EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi/450D XS/1000D
When correcting RAW images shot with the cameras in the table below, it is set automatically to the right end at infinity position. You can then minutely adjust the distance by operating the slider while looking at the screen if the shooting distance is not infinite. EOS-1D Mark II N EOS-1Ds EOS 30D EOS-1Ds Mark II EOS-1D EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi/400D DIGITAL EOS-1D Mark II EOS 5D _
For RAW images shot with MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo or EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro with Life Size Converter EF, the slider indicator changes to [Magnification factor]. [Shooting distance information] slider is applied to all the correction items with check marks.
For a list of the [Lens aberration correction] window functions, refer to p.121.
Performing Automatic Dust Erasure Processing
The Dust Delete Data that is appended to images shot with the camera that can attach this data, can be used to automatically erase dust spots.
When the image has redrawn itself, click the [Apply Dust Delete Data] button.
EOS-1D Mark IV EOS 5D Mark II EOS 50D EOS REBEL T1i/500D EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS/1000D EOS-1Ds Mark III EOS 7D EOS 40D EOS-1D Mark III EOS 60D EOS REBEL T2i/550D
EOS DIGITAL REBEL EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi/450D XTi/400D DIGITAL _ _
Click the [Stamp] button.
In the main window, select an image appended with Dust Delete Data.

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Dust spots are erased in a single operation.
The [ ] mark (p.112) is displayed on an image from which dust spots have been erased.
The copy stamp window appears.
Additional information The dust-erased image can be reverted to its original condition at any time A dust-erased image is displayed or printed as a dust-erased image. However, since the dust on the image is not actually erased, you can always revert to the original image by clicking the [Undo] button in the copy stamp window or performing the Re-Editing an Image procedure (p.43). Check dust erasure in the copy stamp window Check dust erasure in the copy stamp window. Images before dust erasure are displayed in other windows and you will be unable to check them. Printing dust-erased images You can print as a dust-erased image by printing it in DPP. The [Apply Dust Delete Data] button cannot be clicked Even with an image that has Dust Delete Data attached to it in the camera, if there is no dust to remove by DPP from the image, the [Apply Dust Delete Data] button will be disabled. To erase dust spots that cannot be erased with the automatic dust erasure processing In automatic dust erasure processing, dust spots are erased based on information relating to dust saved in the Dust Delete Data. However, there may be cases where you will not be able to erase dust spots depending on the type of dust. If this occurs, erase those dust spots using the repair function (p.69) or the copy stamp function (p.71). The image becomes a dust-erased image when converted and saved The dust-erased RAW image actually becomes a dust-erased image when converted to a JPEG or TIFF image and saved (p.42).

Display setting (color setting of the monitor)
Where a profile (p.125) is attached to the monitor you are using, you can display an image in more faithful colors by setting the profile. If you select [Use the OS settings], the color profile set in Windows will also be applied in DPP. If you are using multiple monitors, only the profile of the primary monitor is applied to DPP. Select the [Monitor profile], click the [Browse] button and in the dialog box that appears, select a profile for your monitor. Precise coloring with a third-party monitor color reader If you use a profile created using a third-party monitor color reader, images can be displayed in even more precise colors.
Setting of printing profile (color setting of the printer)
Where a profile (p.125) is attached to the printer you are using to print images, you can print an image and simulate the colors displayed on screen by setting the profile. The profile that has been set is applied to all printing (p.49, p.72, p.73) except for printing using a Canon inkjet printer (p.43, p.46) or linked printing (p.74, p.75). The adjustment function of the printer driver should not be used Even if you set a printer profile, if you use the color adjustment function of the printer driver, the image may print in colors different from those displayed on screen. Automatic settings for printing using EPP EX, EPP, and linked printing If you are printing using a Canon inkjet printer (p.43, p.46) or using linked printing (p.74, p.75), a profile is set automatically even when the [Printing profile] setting is not performed. This allows you to print faithful colors easily.
Setting of CMYK simulation profile
You can select the color when printing in the CMYK environment of a printing machine, etc. from four types of profiles (p.126) and perform simulation on screen. When CMYK simulation has been set, [CMYK] appears (p.110, p.111, p.113, p.118) in the bottom of the main window, edit window and edit image window, and colors can be checked. To temporarily cancel CMYK simulation, press the <Ctrl> + <Y> keys.
Rendering intents when using Easy-PhotoPrint
You can set a rendering intent (matching method) (p.126) for printing using Easy-PhotoPrint (p.46). The rendering intent is ordinarily set to [Relative Colorimetric]. When colors with [Relative Colorimetric] are not satisfactory, set to [Perceptual].
Useful Functions for Processing Large Numbers of RAW Images
For users shooting a large amount of RAW images, the convenient function of batch processing large amounts of RAW images is explained here.
Utilizing Adjustment Contents (Recipe). 83 Saving Recipes as a File.. 84 Loading and Pasting Recipes.. 84 Copying a Recipe and Applying to Another Image.. 84 Batch Apply White Balance to Images (Personal White Balance)... 85 Registering Personal White Balance. 85 Applying Personal White Balance.. 85 Batch Save as JPEG or TIFF Images (Batch Processing).. 86 Batch Transfer Images to Image Editing Software. 87

Select the [Start] button ([ ] button in Windows 7/ Windows Vista) [All Programs] [Canon Utilities] [Digital Photo Professional] [Digital Photo Professional Uninstall].
2 Proceed with the uninstallation as directed by the on-screen messages.
Printing a large number of images in batches cannot be performed
If a large number of images are printed in batches, printing may stop in the middle or the images may not be printed. Reduce the number of images to print or increase the memory on your computer.
The software is uninstalled.
A file remains in the folder after images are deleted
Delete [CRW_YYYY.THM] (camera index display image) if it remains in the folder from which images have been deleted (p.49). * Numbers are entered for [YYYY] in the file name.
The image information does not display
A JPEG image set to Adobe RGB and shot with EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL and PowerShot Pro1 may not display image information (p.10, p.23).
List of Main Window (Folder Window) Functions
Shows/hides the tool palette (p.114) Image information (p.23) Selects all images Shows/hides the folder area Switches to the edit image window (p.118) Folder path Toolbar*1 [Collection] tab sheet*5 [Folder] tab sheet*5

(p.10)

Displays the trimming/ angle adjustment window (p.120)
Cancels selection of all images Displays the quick check window (p.117) Displays the copy stamp window (p.122)
Batch conversion/ saving (p.86, p.87, p.123) Image rotation (90 degree units)

Check mark (p.19)

Folder area*2
Image color space and work color space*3 (p.71, p.80) *1 To switch between show/hide, select the [View] menu [Toolbar]. *2 The images inside the folders selected here are displayed in a thumbnail list on the right. *3 Displays the coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8-bit conversion) when click white balance was performed with the tool palette.

Rating (p.19)

Number of selected images Display mode*4 Number of displayed images Recipe attachment status (p.83)

CMYK simulation display (p.80)
*4 The item selected in [Viewing and saving RAW images] (p.76) of the [Preferences] window is displayed. *5 You can switch between the [Folder] and [Collection] windows.
List of Main Window (Collection Window) Functions
Image information Selects all images Shows/hides the tool palette Switches to the edit image window Toolbar [Collection] tab sheet*1 [Folder] tab sheet Cancels selection of all images

(p.36)

Displays the quick check window Displays the copy stamp window
Batch conversion/ saving Displays the trimming/angle adjustment window
Image color space and work color space*2 (p.71, p.80) Display mode Recipe attachment status *1 The total number of images added to the [Collection] window is displayed in the ( ) in the [Collection] tab sheet. Accordingly, when an image is added that is displayed as a single image (p.22), twice the
Number of selected images
Rating Image rotation (90 degree units) Check mark

CMYK simulation display

Number of displayed images *2 Displays the coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8bit conversion) when click white balance was performed with the tool palette.
Image Frame Information in the Main Window and Edit Image Window
Information displayed when [Large thumbnail] (p.10) is selected

(p.10, p.34)

Check mark (p.18, p.19)
Copy stamp mark (p.67 to p.71, p.101 to p.105)
Rating mark (p.18, p.19) Brightness adjustment value*1 (p.26) White balance icon*1 (p.27)

File name Image type*2

RAW adjustment mark*1 *4 RGB adjustment mark*1 *5 Unsaved editing content mark Shutter speed*3
Lens aberration correction mark (p.65) Trimming range*6 (p.38, p.98) Aperture*3
*1 Does not display with [Small thumbnail]. *2 Displays in RAW+JPEG images displayed as a single image (p.22). [RAW] is displayed in RAW images. (In [Small thumbnail] (p.10), [R] is displayed.) In PowerShot Pro1 RAW images, [RAW] is not displayed. 3 Does not display with [Medium thumbnail] or [Small thumbnail]. *
*4 Displays in an image edited with the [RAW] tool palette in the edit window and the edit image window. *5 Displays in an image edited with the [RGB] tool palette in the edit window and the edit image window. *6 When aspect ratio information is attached to an image shot with EOS1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D Mark III, EOS 7D or EOS 60D, the image is displayed as a trimmed image.

CMYK simulation profiles

A profile that simulates colors when printing in a CMYK environment (printing machine, etc.). With DPP, you can simulate color with four types of profile. Euro Standard : Profile normally used for book printing in Europe, suitable for simulation of standard European printing. JMPA : Profile normally used for book printing, etc. in Japan, suitable for simulation of magazine advertising standard color printing. U.S.Web Coated : Profile normally used for book printing in North America, suitable for simulation of North American standard printing. JapanColor2001 type3 : Profile becoming a standard in the Japanese printing industry, suitable for simulation of JapanColor standard printing.
Color chart of color spaces compatible with DPP

Rendering intent

Color range that can be seen by the human eye
sRGB Adobe RGB Apple RGB ColorMatch RGB Wide Gamut RGB
Gamma value 2.2 2.2 1.8 1.8 2.2
White point (color temp.) 6500K(D65) 6500K(D65) 6500K(D65) 5000K(D50) 5000K(D50)
Rendering intents are color conversion methods when printing an image. The conversion method of each rendering intent is shown below. Perceptual : Before and after conversion, all colors are converted to maintain the relationship between colors. Even where colors slightly change, you can print a natural-looking image which has maintained color harmony. However, depending on the image, the saturation may change overall. Relative Colorimetric : There will not be much conversion to colors which are similar before and after conversion, but colors which are not similar are converted appropriately. Because there are little changes to similar colors which comprise most of an image, you can print a natural-looking image in which the saturation has not changed greatly. However, depending on the image, there are cases where the overall tone of an image changes somewhat as colors which are not similar and highlights change.
Adjust JPEG Images... 90 Adjust RAW Images... 25 Adjust TIFF Images.... 90 Adjusting (JPEG or TIFF Image) Automatic Adjustment (Tone Curve Assist).. 91 Brightness... 92 Click White Balance... 93 Contrast... 92 Dynamic Range... 96 Hue.... 94 RGB Tool Palette... 114 Saturation... 94 Sharpness... 94 Tone Curve Adjustment... 95 Adjusting (RAW image) Apply Adjustments.. 84 Automatic Adjustment (Tone Curve Assist).. 33 Brightness... 26 Brightness of Highlights... 57 Brightness of Shadows... 57 Click White Balance... 28 Color Saturation... 29 Color Temperature... 56 Color Tone... 29 Color Wheel.... 56 Contrast... 29 Copy Adjustments.. 84 Dynamic Range... 57 Filter Effect... 30 Monochrome... 30 Personal White Balance... 85 Picture Style... 26 Picture Style File... 59 RAW Tool Palette... 114 Save Adjustments.. 84 Tone Curve Adjustment... 58 Toning Effect... 30 Tool Palette.. 114, 115 White Balance... 27 Adjustment Contents (Recipe)... 83, 125 Adobe RGB.... 126 Apple RGB.... 126 Arrange Images.... 20, 21 Auto Lighting Optimizer... 61 Automatic Adjustment (Tone Curve Assist).. 33, 91 Automatic Dust Erasure Processing.. 67, 68, 101, 102

Edit Image Window... 34, 118 Edit Window... 11, 113 Editing... 127 Adjusting Enlarged Display (Edit Window).. 11, 113
Enlarged Display (Quick Check Window)... 117 EOS Utility... 7 Exiting DPP.... 14
Luminance Noise Reduction (RAW Images).. 62
Main Window... 10, 110 Manual Dust Erasure (Repair Function).. 69, 103 Monochrome... 30 Filter Effect... 30 Toning Effect... 30 Move or Copy Folders... 51 Move or Copy Images... 50
False Color Reduction... 76, 77 Filter Effect... 30 Folder Window... 6, 110
General Settings (Preferences)... 76
Help... 0 Cover Highlight Area Warning Indicator... 55 Hue.... 94
Noise Reduction (JPEG or TIFF Image)... 97 Noise Reduction (RAW Image)... 62 Noise Reduction of a JPEG Image (Luminance, Chrominance). 97 Noise Reduction of a RAW Image (Luminance, Chrominance).. 62 NR Preview Window.. 62, 97, 116 NR/Lens/ALO Tool Palette... 115
ICC Profiles.... 125 Image Frame Information (Image Marks)... 112 Image Marks (Image Frame Information)... 112 Image Quality Default Noise Reduction Settings.. 79 False Color Reduction.. 76, 77 Improve the Quality of an Image (Main Window).. 23 Noise Reduction of a JPEG Image (Luminance, Chrominance). 97 Noise Reduction of a RAW Image (Luminance, Chrominance). 62 View and Save a RAW Image.. 76, 77 Image Shooting Information Display.. 10, 23 Improve the Quality of an Image (Main Window).. 23
Organize Images... 49 Organizing Images... 49 Create a Folder.... 50 Delete Images... 49 Move or Copy Folders.. 51 Move or Copy Images.. 50 Register Folders as Bookmarks.. 51
Peripheral Illumination Correction.. 65 Personal White Balance... 85 Picture Style... 26 Picture Style File.... 59 Preferences.... 76 Color Management... 80 General Settings... 76 Tool Palette... 79 View Settings... 78

JPEG Image... 125

Lens Aberration Correction... 63 Lens Aberration Correction Window.. 65, 121 Linear... 29 Loading and Pasting (Applying) Recipes.. 84 Luminance Noise Reduction (JPEG, TIFF Images).. 97
Printing Printing a Thumbnail List (Contact Sheet Printing).. 73 Printing One Sheet of Paper.. 14, 49 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 46 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint EX... 43 Printing with a High-End Canon Printer.. 74 Printing with a Large-Format Canon Printer.. 75 Printing with a Printer other than Canon Printers.. 49 Printing with Canon Inkjet Printers... 43, 46 Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro.. 74 Printing with Shooting Information (Detailed Setting Printing). 72 Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 80, 81 Printing a Thumbnail List (Contact Sheet Printing).. 73 Printing One Sheet of Paper.. 14, 49 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint... 46 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint EX... 43 Printing with a High-End Canon Printer... 74 Printing with a Large-Format Canon Printer.. 75 Printing with a Printer other than Canon Printers.. 49 Printing with Canon Inkjet Printers.. 43, 46 Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro.. 74 Printing with Shooting Information (Detailed Setting Printing). 72

Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 80, 81 Repair (Manual Dust Erasure)... 69, 103 RGB Tool Palette... 114 Rotate Images.. 10, 25, 110, 111, 117, 118
Saturation.... 94 Save Batch Convert/Save Images (Batch Process).. 86, 123 Convert to JPEG or TIFF Images and Save.. 42, 119 Save... 41, 105 Save As... 41, 105 Save JPEG or TIFF Image as a Separate Image.. 106 View and Save RAW Images.. 76, 77 Save As.... 41, 105 Saving Recipes... 84 Select Images... 10, 16, 34 Shadow Area Warning Indicator... 55 Sharpness... 31, 94 Shooting Information Display.. 10, 23 Shortcut Keys... 0 Cover Single Image Display... 22 Single Image Display of RAW and JPEG Image.. 22 Sorting Images Check marks... 18, 19 Ratings... 18, 19 sRGB.... 126 Starting up DPP... 6 Supported Images... 3 Synchronization (Edit Window).. 54 Synchronize Edit Windows... 54 Synchronize Images... 54 System Requirements... 3
Quick Check Window... 16, 117
Rating... 18, 19, 117 RAW Image.... 125 RAW Tool Palette.... 114 Re-Adjusting an Image... 43, 106 Recipe.... 83, 125 Recipe File... 83 Re-Editing an Image.. 43, 106 Registering Folders as Bookmarks... 51 Rename Window... 88, 124 Rendering Intent (Matching Method).. 126 Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 80, 81
Thumbnail Display (Main Window)... 10, 110 Change the Display... 10
Thumbnail Display and Enlarged Display (Edit Image Window). 34 Thumbnail Display of Images (Main Window).. 10 Change the Display... 10 TIFF Image.... 125 Tone Curve.... 125 Tone Curve Adjustment... 58, 95 Tone Curve Assist (Automatic Adjustment).. 33, 91 Toning Effect.... 30 Tool Palette NR/Lens/ALO Tool Palette.. 115 RAW Tool Palette... 114 RGB Tool Palette... 114 Tool Palette (Preferences)... 79 Transfer Batch Transfer Images to Image Editing Software.. 87 Transfer an Image to Photoshop.. 71 Transfer an Image to Photoshop... 71 Trimming and Adjusting the Angle of an Image.. 38, 98 Trimming/Angle Adjustment Window. 38, 98, 120
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Print a RAW image View and organize JPEG and TIFF images Real-time adjustment of JPEG and TIFF images
Various image adjustments while maintaining the original image

RAW images TIFF images

JPEG images Exif 2.2 or 2.21-compatible JPEG images.JPG,.JPEG Exif-compatible TIFF images
Print JPEG and TIFF images Color management compatibility
CMYK simulation for commercial printing
*1 Compatible with RAW images shot with EOS D6000 or EOS D2000 that have been converted to RAW images using the CR2 Converter and have the.CR2 extension. For information on CR2 Converter, refer to Canons web site. 2 Only models where Digital Photo Professional is listed in the Data Type * item in the Specifications section near the end of the Camera User Guide. Use the dedicated CameraWindow application to download images from a PowerShot camera to a computer. See the Software Starter Guide for details. Lens aberration correction can only be used with some camera and lens models. Automatic dust erasure processing and other EOS DIGITAL specific functions cannot be used. RAW images shot with the PowerShot Pro1 are also supported, but they cannot be edited with the DPP RAW image adjustment function.
Downloading Images to Your Computer
Download images by connecting your camera and computer Download images using a card reader p.7 p.9 Erase dust shot with the image Erase unwanted parts of an image Auto correct RAW images with the Auto Lighting Optimizer Adjust brightness of shadows/highlights Reduce image noise Correct lens aberration p.11 p.17, p.18 p.20 p.21 p.10, p.21 Use a Picture Style file Edit efficiently Edit an image while comparing the image before and after adjustment p.64, p.66 p.68 p.58 p.54 p.59 p.60 p.56 p.31 p.50 p.51 p.52 p.40
Viewing and Checking RAW Images
Quickly enlarge parts of an image Sort images (check marks) Display an image shot simultaneously as a RAW image and JPEG image as a single image Display the images in the thumbnail list display at high resolution Check shooting information such as the shooting date
Editing RAW Images (Adjusting)
Adjust brightness/darkness Use automatic adjustment Change the Picture Style Sharpen the modulation and contrast of colors (contrast) Make skin tone look healthier (color tone) Make the image colors more vivid (color saturation) Make an image sharp (sharpness) Adjust an image to make color tone more natural (white balance) Change an image to black-and-white or sepia tones (monochrome) Trim an image and adjust the angle of an image Specify an aspect ratio that matches the size of the paper on which an image is to be printed p.12, p.24 p.30 p.24 p.27 p.27 p.27 p.29 p.25 p.28 p.35 p.35

Viewing an Image

Images downloaded to your computer are displayed as a thumbnails list in the main window. You can double-click an image to open the edit window and display the image at large size.
Changing the Size of Thumbnail Images
You can change the size of the thumbnail images displayed in the main window and display them with shooting information attached.
View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window
Main window Rotate selected image

Select the [View] menu

desired item.
Click to select the image Display thumbnails of all the images inside the folder selected in the folder area on the left
The display changes to the selected item.
Images displayed with the [ ] icon are movie files and cannot be played back in DPP. Please use ZoomBrowser EX, which is compatible with EOS DIGITAL movie files.
When aspect ratio information is attached to the shot image with the EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D Mark III or EOS 7D, the image is displayed as a trimmed image (p.35, p.95). For a list of main window functions, refer to p.107.
Enlarge and View an Image in the Edit Window
Enlarging and Viewing a Specific Area
Double-click the area you want to enlarge.

The edit window appears.

Edit window

Tool palette

It may take time for the image to redraw itself. Click the [ ] in the upper right of the edit window to close the edit window. By selecting the [View] menu [AF Point] in the edit window, you can display the AF points selected in the camera at the time of shooting. However, AF points are not displayed for images which have had their image size changed and then been converted and saved (p.39, p.116). For a list of edit window functions, refer to p.110.
The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel size). If you wait for a while, it changes to a clearer display. Double-click again to revert to the full view. To change the display position, drag on the image or drag the enlargement display position of the tool palette.
Tool palette enlargement display position
Change the enlargement display position by dragging
To display an image in an enlargement ratio other than 100% Select the [View] menu [200% view] or [50% view].
You can change the enlargement ratio when you double-click (p.75).

Adjusting an Image

You can perform a variety of image adjustments, such as adjusting the brightness or changing the Picture Style of an image using the tool palette of the edit window. You can easily restore an image to its original settings with the [ ] button even if you have made the wrong adjustment. Try out the various adjustments. As an example, the procedure to adjust the brightness of an image is explained here. Tool palette Reverts the image to the original settings Drag the slider left or right

1 In the main window, select the images you want to edit. 2 Switch to the edit image window.
Click The main window switches to the edit image window.
Select the image to be edited The selected image is displayed as an enlargement in the middle of the window It may take time for the image to redraw itself. The same tool palette as in the edit window is displayed and you can edit the image. To revert to the condition before the last operation performed on the tool palette, select [Undo] in the [Edit] menu or press <Ctrl> + <Z> keys.
By selecting the [View] menu [AF Point] in the edit window or edit image window, you can display the AF points selected in the camera at the time of shooting. However, AF points are not displayed for images which have had their image size changed and then been converted and saved (p.39, p.116).
To display an image in an enlargement ratio other than 100% Click the [50% view] or [200% view] on the toolbar. You can change the way the tool palette is displayed (p.76). You can change the enlargement ratio when you double-click (p.75). With the edit image window, you can only select images from one folder. To gather images from several folders for editing, refer to Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window (p.33). For a list of edit image window functions, refer to p.115.

Doubleclick

The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel size). To change the display position, drag on the image or drag the enlargement display position (p.111) of the tool palette. Double-click again to revert to the full view ([Fit to window]). To return to the main window, click the [Main window] button on the toolbar.
Changing the Thumbnail Display Position to a Horizontal Position
Select the [View] menu position]. [Change thumbnail
Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window
You can gather any randomly selected images together in the [Collection] window for viewing, comparison and editing. You can gather images from several folders as well as from only one folder, allowing you to work with them efficiently.
Select images from the [Folder] window in the main window, and select the [File] menu [Add to collection].

The adjustment range is 2500 to 10000K (in 100K units).
The adjustment range of color tone is 0 to 359 (1 unit in numerical value input), and the adjustment range of color saturation is 0 to 255 (1 unit in numerical value input).

Adjusting Dynamic Range

Dynamic range (width of gradation expression) from dark points to bright points in an image can be adjusted.
Adjusting Brightness of Shadows/Highlights
You can adjust the brightness of shadows and highlights in an image. By adjusting shadows and highlights in an image with a restricted brightness, you can reduce the effects of clipping in shadows and highlights.
Move downwards Output highlight points Move to the left or rignt Input highlight points
Move upwards Output shadow points
Move to the left or right Input shadow points The horizontal axis shows the input level and the vertical axis shows the output level.

Tone Curve Adjustment

You can adjust the brightness, contrast and color of a specific area by changing the tone curve (p.122).

Make adjustments.

1 In the tool palette, select the [RGB] tab sheet. 2 Select the tone curve mode and interpolation method.
Adjusts each channel Batch adjusts RGB
Click to add a [ ] (point) Adjust by dragging [ ]
Right-click with the mouse inside the graph to display the menu
The horizontal axis shows the input level and the vertical axis shows the output level. The maximum number of [ ] is 8. To delete a [ ], either press the <Del> key or double-click on the [ ]. The histogram display changes according to adjustment. You can also fix the histogram display to the display before any adjustments (p.76). The tone curve mode and interpolation method for a tone curve can also be changed in [Preferences] (p.76).
Example of a Tone Curve Operation
Makes medium tones brighter Makes medium tones darker
Using a Picture Style File
A Picture Style file is an extended function file of a Picture Style. With DPP, you can apply to RAW images Picture Style files that you have downloaded from Canons web site effective for various scenes or Picture Style files created with Picture Style Editor. When using a Picture Style file, save it to your computer beforehand.

Using the Auto Lighting Optimizer
If the shooting result is dark or the contrast is low, you can use the Auto Lighting Optimizer function to auto-correct the brightness and contrast, and obtain a more pleasant image. You can also change the settings of the image shot with the cameras Auto Lighting Optimizer function. This function is compatible only with RAW images shot with EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 50D, EOS REBEL T2i/550D and EOS REBEL T1i/500D. * ALO stands for Auto Lighting Optimizer.

Checkmark the checkbox.

Checkmark
For images shot with the cameras Auto Lighting Optimizer function, the checkbox is already checked.
Select the [NR/Lens/ALO] tab sheet from the tool palette in the edit window or edit image window.
3 Change the settings according to your preferences.
Select from three levels: Low/Standard/Strong
Auto correction is applied to the image to match the settings. For images shot with the cameras Auto Lighting Optimizer function, the settings at the time of shooting are applied as the default values. To cancel the Auto Lighting Optimizer, remove the check mark from the checkbox.
When [Highlight tone priority] is set to [Enable] in EOS 7D and EOS REBEL T2i/550D Custom Functions, the Auto Lighting Optimizer function cannot be set.

Reducing Noise

You can reduce noise that arises in RAW images shot at night or with a high ISO speed. NR is an abbreviation for noise reduction.
Click the [Apply] button.
Noise reduction is applied to the image and the image is redisplayed.
[NR/Lens/ALO] sheet from the tool 1 Select thethe edit window tabedit image window. palette in or 2 Click the [NR Preview] button.
The noise reduction function does not work Noise reduction cannot be applied when [Viewing and saving RAW images] (p.73) is set to [High speed] in the [Preferences] window. Select [High quality] to reduce noise. To set the same noise reduction level for several images After selecting multiple images in the main window, you can set the same noise reduction level for the images without displaying the [NR Preview] window, by adjusting the noise reduction level in the [NR/Lens/ ALO] tool palette (p.112) using the [Luminance noise reduction] and [Chrominance noise reduction] sliders, and then clicking the [Apply] button.
The [NR Preview] window appears.

Default settings of RGB tool palette
You cannot apply changes to the settings until you re-open the folder. Changes are not applied to the edited image Even if the default setting is changed, the new default setting is not applied to edited (i.e., adjusted using the tool palette, trimmed, dusterased) images. Change each one individually.

Color Management

You can specify settings relating to color management, such as settings for work color space, conditions for color matching, etc.
Default settings of Work color space
You can select from five types of color space (p.123) that is applied as a default setting in RAW images. Color space that has been set is applied as the color space when a RAW image is converted and saved (p.39, p.83) or printed (p.40, p.43, p.46, p.69 to p.72). If you have changed the setting, and you restart DPP, the new setting is applied as the default setting color space. You can check color space that has been set in an image in the main window (p.107, p.108), the edit window (p.110), and the edit image window (p.115). Changes are not applied to the edited image Even if the default setting is changed, the new default setting is not applied to edited (i.e., adjusted using the tool palette, trimmed, dusterased) images. Change each one individually. You can set a color space that is different from the default settings for each image (p.68).
Display setting (color setting of the monitor)
Where a profile (p.122) is attached to the monitor you are using, you can display an image in more faithful colors by setting the profile. If you select [Use the OS settings], the color profile set in Windows will also be applied in DPP. If you are using multiple monitors, only the profile of the primary monitor is applied to DPP. Select the [Monitor profile], click the [Browse] button and in the dialog box that appears, select a profile for your monitor. Precise coloring with a third-party monitor color reader If you use a profile created using a third-party monitor color reader, images can be displayed in even more precise colors.
Setting of printing profile (color setting of the printer)
Where a profile (p.122) is attached to the printer you are using to print images, you can print an image and simulate the colors displayed on screen by setting the profile. The profile that has been set is applied to all printing (p.46, p.69, p.70) except for printing using a Canon inkjet printer (p.40, p.43) or linked printing (p.71, p.72). The adjustment function of the printer driver should not be used Even if you set a printer profile, if you use the color adjustment function of the printer driver, the image may print in colors different from those displayed on screen. Automatic settings for printing using EPP EX, EPP, and linked printing If you are printing using a Canon inkjet printer (p.40, p.43) or using linked printing (p.71, p.72), a profile is set automatically even when the [Printing profile] setting is not performed. This allows you to print faithful colors easily.

copied file.

Batch Save as JPEG or TIFF Images (Batch Processing)
You can batch convert and save edited RAW images to highly versatile JPEG or TIFF images. The images are saved as separate images, so the RAW images remain unaffected.
In the processing dialog box, click the [Exit] button.
[Save] cannot be performed
Click the [Batch process] button on the toolbar 3 Specify the required settings, and then click the [Execute] button.
The [Batch settings] window appears.
In the main window, select multiple images to be converted.

(p.107).

In the [Batch settings] window, you cannot perform [Save] or [Save As] (p.38, p.102) to edited RAW images. To save the developing/editing results for the version you are currently using DPPs RAW image development processing technology is continually being improved upon so that you can perform the latest image processing more appropriately. Meaning that, between two differing versions of DPP, processing results may differ very slightly even if with the same RAW image data, or the results of significant editing of RAW image data with an attached recipe may be different. When you want to save the developing or editing results of the version you are currently using as it is, it is recommended that you convert and save images as JPEG image or TIFF images.
The batch processing dialog box appears and saving begins. When all the images are saved, the [Exit] button appears in the batch processing dialog box.

Skillful batch saving

While saving is being performed, you can continue working in another window Since the saving function operates independently in the background, you can continue with an operation in another window such as the main window or the edit window during the saving process. To convert all images and save, do not select an image in the main window If you do not perform step 1 and perform step 2 with no image selected in the main window, all the images displayed in the main window will be converted and saved. If you have selected [New file name] in [File name], [Sequence number] has to be set. By saving as explained on this page, a trimmed image (p.35, p.95) or dust-erased image (p.64 to p.68, p.98 to p.102) actually becomes a trimmed image or dust-erased image. For a list of [Batch settings] window functions, refer to p.120.

Batch Transfer Images to Image Editing Software
You can transfer multiple images to image editing software. Unlike [Transferring a RAW Image to Photoshop] (p.68), you transfer images that have first been converted and saved as a seperate image, so the transferred image will not disappear after exiting the destination software. The software used here as an example is Adobe Photoshop CS.

Select Photoshop CS.

In the [Open] dialog box, select a Photoshop CS file or a shortcut and click the [Open] button. The [Open] dialog box closes and [Image transfer settings] in the [Batch settings] window is set to Photoshop CS.
Click the [Batch process] button on the toolbar 3 Perform settings required for transferring (e.g. file format). 4 Click the [Browse] button.
In the main window, select multiple images to be transferred.
6 Checkmark [Open image using software].
Click the [Execute] button.
The processing dialog box appears and batch transfer begins. When the first image has been transferred, Photoshop CS starts up and transferred images are displayed in transferred order.
Batch Change the File Name of Images
1 In the main window, select multiple images of which the file names are to be changed. 2 Select the [Tools] menu [Start Rename tool]. 3 Specify the required settings and click the [Execute] button.
The rename window appears. (p.121)
You cannot start up the rename tool from the [Collection] window (p.33, p.108). For a list of the rename window functions, refer to p.121.
Changing the File Name of Images in the Order in the Main Window
When you change the order of the images in the main window, you can change in one operation the names of the files for the images, in the order they were rearranged.
Processing begins and the file names are changed. Changes cannot be made when the file name is duplicated If a file name in red text has appeared in [Modified File Name], the file name has been duplicated. Changes cannot be made if even one file name has been duplicated. Change the settings so that duplication does not occur. The name of the movie files cannot be changed in DPP.
1 Change the order of the images in the main window. 2 In the main window, select multiple images of which the file names are to be changed. 3 Select the [Tools] menu [Start Rename tool]. 4 Select [Fit to main window].

(p.19)

5 Specify the required settings 6 Click the [Execute] button.
(p.121). To copy an image, checkmark [Copy Rename]. The file names are changed and the order in the main window is maintained.
Editing JPEG and TIFF Images
DPP is software mainly aimed for advanced RAW image editing, but it also has JPEG and TIFF image editing functions. Here, the editing and saving of JPEG and TIFF images are explained.

DPP does not work

DPP does not operate correctly on a computer if its system requirements does not meet. Use DPP on a computer with compatible system requirements (p.3). Even if your computer has the RAM capacity (memory) described in the system requirements (p.3), if other applications are running at the same time as DPP, you may not have sufficient RAM (memory). Exit any applications other than DPP.
The card reader does not detect the SD card.
Depending on the card reader and computer OS used, SDXC cards might not be correctly detected. In such a case, connect your camera and computer with the provided interface cable, and transfer the images to your computer using EOS Utility (provided software).
Color appears weak in the image when viewed with other software
A RAW image which has a color space other than sRGB set (p.68, p.77) and is then converted and saved as a JPEG or TIFF image will appear weak in color when viewed in software that is only compatible with sRGB color space. In this case, set the RAW image color space to sRGB, convert again to a JPEG or TIFF image and save, and then view this image.
Images do not display properly
Images that are not supported by DPP do not display. There are various types of JPEG and TIFF images, so JPEG images other than Exif 2.2 and 2.21 compatible images and TIFF images other than Exif compatible images may not display properly (p.3). When a dust-erased image (p.64 to p.68, p.98 to p.102) is displayed in a window other than the copy stamp window, it is displayed as it was before dust erasure was performed. Check dust-erased images in the copy stamp window.
Deleting the Software (Uninstalling)
The colors of the image displayed on screen and the colors of the printed image do not match
If the color of the monitor that displays an image is not adjusted correctly, or if a profile for a printer that is to print images, has not been set up, the color of the image displayed on screen and the color of the printed photograph may differ greatly. If the color of the monitor that displays images is corrected (p.77) and a profile for a printer is set up correctly (p.77), the color of a printed photograph and the color of an image on screen can be more closely matched. Using a Canon printer (p.40, p.43) or linked printing (p.71, p.72) automatically sets up printer profiles, so you only need to set the color of the monitor to bring the colors closer together. When printing using Easy-PhotoPrint and the Easy-PhotoPrint automatic compensation function and the various types of image adjustment functions are operating, colors are not printed correctly. Cancel all Easy-PhotoPrint image adjustment functions (p.44). Even if you set a printer profile, if you use the color adjustment function of the printer driver, the image may print in colors different from those displayed on screen. Do not use the color adjustment function of the printer driver. Exit any applications before uninstalling the software. Log in under the Computer administrator/Administrator privileges when uninstalling the software. To prevent computer malfunctions, always restart your computer after you have uninstalled the software. Re-installing the software without first restarting your computer is particularly likely to result in computer malfunctions.

Select the [Start] button ([ ] button in Windows 7/ Windows Vista) [All Programs] [Canon Utilities] [Digital Photo Professional] [Digital Photo Professional Uninstall].
2 Proceed with the uninstallation as directed by the on-screen messages.
Printing a large number of images in batches cannot be performed
If a large number of images are printed in batches, printing may stop in the middle or the images may not be printed. Reduce the number of images to print or increase the memory on your computer.
The software is uninstalled.
A file remains in the folder after images are deleted
Delete [CRW_YYYY.THM] (camera index display image) if it remains in the folder from which images have been deleted (p.46). * Numbers are entered for [YYYY] in the file name.
The image information does not display
A JPEG image set to Adobe RGB and shot with EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL and PowerShot Pro1 may not display image information (p.10, p.21).
List of Main Window (Folder Window) Functions

(p.10)

Check marks (p.18) Shows/hides the tool palette (p.111) Selects all images Shows/hides the folder area Removes check marks (p.18) Switches to the edit image Cancels selection of all images Folder path Image rotation (90 degree units) window (p.115) Toolbar*1 [Collection] tab sheet*5 [Folder] tab sheet*5
Batch conversion/ saving (p.83, p.84, p.120)

Folder area*2

Image color space and work color space*3 (p.68, p.77) Display mode*4 Recipe attachment status (p.80) *1 To switch between show/hide, select the [View] menu [Toolbar]. *2 The images inside the folders selected here are displayed in a thumbnail list on the right. 3 Displays the coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8-bit * conversion) when click white balance was performed with the tool palette.
Number of selected images CMYK simulation display (p.77)
Number of displayed images *4 The item selected in [Viewing and saving RAW images] (p.73) of the [Preferences] window is displayed. *5 You can switch between the [Folder] and [Collection] windows.
List of Main Window (Collection Window) Functions
Switches to the edit image window Toolbar [Collection] tab sheet*1 [Folder] tab sheet Shows/hides the tool palette Selects all images Cancels selection of all images

List of Trimming/Angle Adjustment Window Functions

(p.35, p.95)

Cancels all the trimming (aspect ratio) information Full screen display/returns to normal screen Reverts to the condition when the image was shot Ratio of trimming range (you can also enter numerical values if you have selected [Custom])*1 Upper left coordinates of trimmed range (you can also enter numerical values) Size of trimmed range (you can also enter numerical values) Angle of image adjusted (Drag bar, use the mouse to click / or enter numerical values to set angle)
Trimming range *1 If [Free] has been selected in the [Aspect ratio] list box, you can also drag the borders of the trimmed range to change its range.
Applies the copied trimming range to all other images*2 Switches between displayed images*2 Displays borders around a trimmed range Level of opacity outside a trimmed range Shows/hides grid lines (Drag bar to set distance between grid lines) Displays the trimming range in the center of the window
Copies the trimmed range and applies (pastes) it to another image*2 Image rotation (90-degree increments) *2 Operates when you have selected multiple images and the trimming/ angle adjustment window is displayed.
List of Lens Aberration Correction Window Functions

(p.62)

Enlargement display section*1
Reverts to the condition when the image was shot
Shooting distance information slider*2 (p.63) Peripheral illumination correction Distortion correction Chromatic aberration correction Corrects blue chromatic aberration Color blur correction Shows/hides position of enlargement display section Grid display
Enlargement display position (Navigator display)
Corrects red chromatic aberration
*1 The area you clicked on the image (Enlargement display position) is displayed at 200%. *2 For RAW images shot with MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo or EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro with Life Size Converter EF, the slider indicator changes to the zoom magnification.
List of Copy Stamp Window Functions
(p.64 to p.68, p.98 to p.102)
Full screen display/returns to normal screen Applies Dust Delete Data (p.64, p.98) Types of dust to be erased (p.66, p.100) Specifies the copy source (p.68, p.102) Fixes the copy source position (p.68, p.102) Types of stamps (p.68, p.102) Sets the size of the dust erasure range (p.66, p.100) or copy range (p.68, p.102) in a range of 5 to 100 (in one pixel units) (you can also enter a numerical value) Restores/redoes the image Copies the dust erasure range or copy range and applies (pastes) it to another image Switches between displayed images*

Color Management System (Color Matching)
Digital cameras that shoot images, monitors that display images, and printers that print images each have a different way of creating color. For this reason, there may be a difference between the color of an image when viewed on a monitor and when printed. A color management system is a system for managing color in order to bring these colors closer together. With DPP, you can more closely match color between different devices using ICC profiles between different devices.

JPEG image

The most ordinary image in non-reversible compressed 8bit format. The advantage of this is that by saving at a high compression rate, the file size can be small, even for image data that has a high pixel count. Because during saving and compression part of the data is thinned out to make the file size small, every time you edit or save, the image deteriorates. With DPP, even if you repeat editing/saving, only the recipe data is modified, and no overwriting or compression occurs so the original image data does not deteriorate. * JPEG is an abbreviation of Joint Photographic Experts Group.

TIFF image

ICC profiles
Bitmap-format image recorded in a 8bit/16bit uncompressed format. Because TIFF images are in uncompressed format, they are suitable for saving an image while maintaining the original high image quality. * TIFF is an abbreviation of Tagged Image File Format.
ICC profiles are files containing color information such as color characteristics and color space for various devices, set by the ICC (International Color Consortium). Most devices such as the monitor we use to view images or the printer we use to print images can be managed (color management) using these ICC profiles and the color between different devices can be more closely matched. DPP has color management that uses these ICC profiles.

Tone Curve

A tone curve shows values before adjustment (input) as the horizontal axis on a graph, and the values after adjustment (output) as the vertical axis. Since the values of before adjustment and after adjustment are the same before any adjustment is made, the tone curve displays as a straight line from bottom left to top right, and by changing this tone curve, you can adjust in detail the images brightness, contrast and color. The more you go right on the horizontal axis, the more the plus value it becomes, and the higher you go on the vertical axis, the more the plus value it becomes.

Organize Images... 46 Organizing Images... 46 Create a Folder.... 47 Delete Images... 46 Move or Copy Folders.. 48 Move or Copy Images.. 47 Register Folders as Bookmarks.. 48
Peripheral Illumination Correction.. 62 Personal White Balance... 82 Picture Style... 24 Picture Style File.... 56 Preferences.... 73 Color Management... 77 General Settings... 73 Tool Palette... 76

JPEG Image... 122

Lens Aberration Correction... 60 Lens Aberration Correction Window.. 62, 118 Linear... 27
View Settings... 75 Printing Printing a Thumbnail List (Contact Sheet Printing).. 70 Printing One Sheet of Paper.. 14, 46 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 43 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint EX... 40 Printing with a High-End Canon Printer.. 71 Printing with a Large-Format Canon Printer.. 72 Printing with a Printer other than Canon Printers.. 46 Printing with Canon Inkjet Printers... 40, 43 Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro.. 71 Printing with Shooting Information (Detailed Setting Printing). 69 Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 77, 78 Printing a Thumbnail List (Contact Sheet Printing).. 70 Printing One Sheet of Paper.. 14, 46 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint... 43 Printing Using Easy-PhotoPrint EX... 40 Printing with a High-End Canon Printer... 71 Printing with a Large-Format Canon Printer.. 72 Printing with a Printer other than Canon Printers.. 46 Printing with Canon Inkjet Printers.. 40, 43 Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro.. 71 Printing with Shooting Information (Detailed Setting Printing). 69
Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 77, 78 Repair (Manual Dust Erasure)... 66, 100 RGB Tool Palette... 111 Rotate Images.. 10, 23, 107, 108, 114, 115
Saturation.... 91 Save Batch Convert/Save Images (Batch Process).. 83, 120 Convert to JPEG or TIFF Images and Save.. 39, 116 Save... 38, 102 Save As... 38, 102 Save JPEG or TIFF Image as a Separate Image.. 103 View and Save RAW Images.. 73, 74 Save As.... 38, 102 Saving Recipes... 81 Select Images... 10, 16, 31 Shadow Area Warning Indicator... 52 Sharpness... 29, 91 Shooting Information Display.. 10, 21 Shortcut Keys... 0 Cover Single Image Display... 20 Single Image Display of RAW and JPEG Image.. 20 Sorting Images (Check Marks).. 17, 18 sRGB.... 123 Starting up DPP... 6 Supported Images... 3 Synchronization (Edit Window).. 51 Synchronize Edit Windows... 51 Synchronize Images... 51 System Requirements... 3
Quick Check Window... 16, 114 RAW Image.... 122 RAW Tool Palette.... 111 Re-Adjusting an Image... 40, 103 Recipe.... 80, 122 Recipe File... 80 Re-Editing an Image.. 40, 103 Registering Folders as Bookmarks... 48 Rename Window... 85, 121 Rendering Intent (Matching Method).. 123 Rendering Intents when Using Easy-PhotoPrint.. 77, 78
Thumbnail Display (Main Window)... 10, 107 Change the Display... 10 Thumbnail Display and Enlarged Display (Edit Image Window). 31 Thumbnail Display of Images (Main Window).. 10

 

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