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31-08-12, 01:53 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: East Devon
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thanks. i don't shoot in raw at the minute (don't kill me!) but might be something i need to look at. i've found i can get rid of the colour thing with a bit of pp, but it takes forever to select all the green bits and desaturate them...i haven't used the DPP software at all to be honest - have you? is it any good (particularly if i'm still shooting JPEGs)?
I have used DPP in the past and it is not bad at all (I use lightroom now) however I have since checked and it is only effective in removing the Aberrations with a canon lens as it has a database of information on those lenses only.
If you are into PP then RAW is definately worth considering as the images are not compressed and contain more information so it is possible to lift more detail in PP and also make adjustments easier such as exposure and white balance. I shoot exclusively in RAW now but for quite some time did shoot in RAW + JPEG, so I had the best of both worlds. The downside of this is that you cannot fit as many images on a memory card and the images take up more hard disk space.
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