Canon Digital Photo Professional 3.14 Mac manual

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  • Brand: Canon
  • Product: Photo/video software
  • Model/name: Digital Photo Professional 3.14 Mac
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Dutch

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O Content of this Instruction Manual
O DPP stands for Digital Photo Professional.
O ` indicates the selection procedure of the menu.
Example: [Digital Photo Professional] menu `
[Quit Digital Photo Professional].
O Square brackets are used to indicate items such
as menu names, button names and window
names that appear on the computer screen.
O Text inside < > indicates a key on the keyboard.
O p.** indicates a reference page.
Click to move to the relevant page.
O : Marks helpful information when a problem
arises.
O : Marks tips for using the software skillfully.
O : Marks information that should be read
before use.
O : Marks additional information you may find
helpful.
© CANON INC. 2014 CEL-SV1PA210
O Switching Between Pages
O Click on arrows on the bottom right of the screen.
: next page
: previous page
: return to a page you had previously
displayed
O 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.
O Help and Shortcut Keys
O For information about using DPP, refer to Help
from the [Help] menu.
O Refer to the “Shortcut Key List” in the Help for a
list of shortcut keys which are helpful for quick
operation.
RAW Image Processing, Viewing and Editing Software
Digital Photo Professional
Ver. 3.14
Instruction Manual
ENGLISH
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Introduction
Digital Photo Professional (hereinafter, “DPP”) is a high-performance
RAW image processing, viewing and editing software for EOS cameras.
It is often thought that RAW images are difficult to handle compared with
ordinary JPEG images, but using DPP, you can perform advanced edits
and print RAW images with ease.
RAW Images and Their Features
A RAW image is image data that has recorded output data of imaging
sensor. As image processing is not performed inside the camera when a
photo is taken and the photo has been recorded in the special form of
“RAW image data + Image processing conditions information at the time
of shooting”, special software is needed to view or edit the image.
* “RAW” means “in a natural condition” or “not processed or refined”.
If described in terms of film, the concept of a RAW image is a shot
image not yet developed (latent image).
With film, the image appears for the first time when it is developed. In
the same way, for RAW images too, you cannot view them as images on
your computer unless you perform subsequent image signal processing.
Therefore, even though it is digital, this processing is called
“development”.
DPP automatically carries out this “development” processing when
RAW images are displayed in DPP.
As a result, RAW images displayed in DPP are images whose
development processing has been completed.
With DPP, you can view, edit and print RAW images without being
particularly conscious of the development processing.
What is a RAW Image?
What is RAW Development?
When is RAW Development done?
RAW images are recorded in the format “RAW image data + Image
processing conditions information at the time of shooting”. When you
open a RAW image in DPP, the image is automatically developed and
you can view the image as an image to which image processing
conditions at the time of shooting have been applied.
Even if you perform various adjustments to the image you have opened
(it undergoes automatic development processing each time), only the
image processing conditions (development conditions) change and the
“original image data itself” remains unaffected. Consequently, image
deterioration is not a problem and it is the perfect image data for users
who want to get creative with their images after they have been shot.
In DPP, the “Image processing conditions information” that can be
adjusted is called a “Recipe”.
What Advantages Does a RAW Image Have?
RAW image data
Image processing conditions information
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Main Features of DPP
Following are the main tasks you can perform with images you have
downloaded to your computer.
O View and organize RAW images
O Real-time adjustment of a RAW image
O Various image adjustments while maintaining the original image
O Freely apply a Picture Style
O View your image before and after adjustment in the same window
O Trim and adjust the angle of an image
O Change image size
O Correction of lens aberration
O Automatic/manual dust erasure processing
O Convert from a RAW image to a JPEG or
TIFF image and save
O Process large numbers of RAW images in batches
O Transfer the image to image editing software
O Print a RAW image
O View and organize JPEG and TIFF images
O Real-time adjustment of JPEG and TIFF
images
O Various image adjustments while maintaining the original image
O Print JPEG and TIFF images
O Color management compatibility
O CMYK simulation for commercial printing
System Requirements
* Core 2 Duo or higher is recommended
O This software program is not compatible with UFS (UNIX File System)
formatted disks.
O Check the Canon website for the latest system requirements,
including supported OS versions.
Supported Images
This software supports the following image types.
*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 Canon website.
*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 specific
functions cannot be used.
OS Mac OS X 10.7 to 10.9
Computer Macintosh with one of the above OS installed
CPU* Intel processor
RAM Minimum 1GB
Display
Resolution : 1024 × 768 or more
Colors : Thousands or more
Image type Extension
RAW images
RAW images*1 shot with EOS cameras,
excluding EOS DCS1 and EOS DCS3
RAW images*2 shot with PowerShot
cameras
.CR2
.TIF
.CRW
JPEG images
Exif 2.2, 2.21 or 2.3-compatible JPEG
images
.JPG, .JPEG
TIFF images Exif-compatible TIFF images .TIF, .TIFF
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Downloading Images to Your Computer
O Download images by connecting your camera and
computer
¿ p.7
O Download images using a card reader ¿ p.9
Viewing and Checking RAW Images
O Quickly enlarge parts of an image ¿ p.11
O Sort images (check marks, rating) ¿ p.18, p.19
O Display an image shot simultaneously as a RAW
image and JPEG image as a single image
¿ p.22
O Display the images in the thumbnail list display at high
resolution
¿ p.23
O Check shooting information such as the shooting date ¿ p.10, p.23
Editing RAW Images (Adjusting)
O Adjust brightness/darkness
O Use automatic adjustment
O Change the Picture Style
¿ p.12, p.26
¿ p.33
¿ p.26
O Sharpen the modulation and contrast of colors (contrast) ¿ p.29
O Make skin tone look healthier (color tone) ¿ p.30
O Make the image colors more vivid (color saturation) ¿ p.30
O Make an image sharp (sharpness) ¿ p.31
O Adjust an image to make color tone more natural
(white balance)
¿ p.28
O Change an image to black-and-white or sepia tones
(monochrome)
¿ p.30
O Trim an image and adjust the angle of an image ¿ p.38
O Specify an aspect ratio that matches the size of the
paper on which an image is to be printed
¿ p.38
O Erase dust shot with the image ¿ p.75, p.77
O Erase unwanted parts of an image ¿ p.79
O Auto correct RAW images with the Auto Lighting Optimizer ¿ p.61
O Adjust brightness of shadows/highlights ¿ p.57
O Reduce image noise ¿ p.62
O Correct lens aberration ¿ p.63
O Use the Digital Lens Optimizer ¿ p.70
O Use a Picture Style file ¿ p.59
O Edit efficiently ¿ p.34
O Edit an image while comparing the image before and
after adjustment
¿ p.53
O Synchronize multiple images ¿ p.54
O Display an area beyond the set range as a warning
indicator (Highlight/Shadow warning)
¿ p.55
O Restore an adjusted image to its condition at the time
of shooting
¿ p.43
O Composite images ¿ p.80
O Create HDR (High Dynamic Range) images ¿ p.83
Printing
O Print well on a Canon printer
¿ p.43, p.89,
p.90, p.91
O Faithfully reproduce the color of the subject
when printing
¿ p.43, p.89,
p.90, p.91
O Print with the shooting information ¿ p.87
O Print a thumbnail list of images ¿ p.88
O Approximate the color seen on screen with your
printing results
¿ p.95
Conversion of Images
O Convert a RAW image to a JPEG image ¿ p.42, p.102
O Edit in Photoshop ¿ p.79, p.103
O Perform batch processing ¿ p.102
O Edit (adjust) a JPEG image ¿ p.106
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Basic Operation
The basic operational flow – from how to download to your computer
images shot with a camera to checking, editing, saving and printing a
downloaded RAW image – is explained here.
Starting up DPP......................................................... 6
Main Window Display ................................................... 6
Downloading Images to Your Computer.................... 7
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader............ 9
Viewing an Image.................................................... 10
Viewing Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window.............. 10
Changing the Size of Thumbnail Images................ 10
Enlarging and Viewing an Image in the Edit Window ............. 11
Enlarging and Viewing a Specific Area................... 11
Adjusting an Image.................................................. 12
About the Tool Palette................................................ 12
About Recipes ............................................................ 12
Saving an Image...................................................... 13
Saving......................................................................... 13
Printing an Image .................................................... 14
Printing ....................................................................... 14
Quitting DPP............................................................ 14
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Starting up DPP
Click the Dock icon.
¿DPP starts up and the main window ([Folder] window) appears.
Click
Main window ([Folder] window)
In the main window, you can use tabs to select either the [Folder]
window or the [Collection] window. The [Folder] window displays the
images in folders on your computer, while the [Collection] window (p.36)
displays images selected randomly by the user from one or more folders
and gathered together.
Unless noted otherwise, the [Folder] window will be described as the
main window from this point on.
Main Window Display
[Folder] window
[Collection] window
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Downloading Images to Your Computer
Connect the camera and computer with the cable provided and
download the images saved on the memory card inserted in the camera.
For downloading images, start up the camera software “EOS Utility”
from DPP and use.
1 Select the save destination for the images.
O Select the save destination in the folder area on the left of the
main window.
O When creating a folder, see p.50.
2Start up EOS Utility.
O Select the [Tools] menu ` [Start EOS Utility].
¿EOS Utility starts up.
EOS Utility (Displayed items differ depending on connected
camera)
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3 Connect your camera and computer and turn the
camera on.
O Connect the camera and your computer with the interface cable
provided with the camera and turn the camera on.
O For detailed instructions on connecting your camera and
computer, refer to the “EOS Utility Instruction Manual” (PDF
electronic manual).
4Download images.
¿Downloading of images begins.
¿The downloaded images are saved in the folder selected in step
1 and are displayed in the main window of DPP.
¿The downloaded images are sorted by date into folders and
saved.
Click
Using EOS Utility to download images makes it easier to organize your
images as they are downloaded, sorted and saved into folders by date.
Advantages of using EOS Utility to download images
O You cannot start up EOS Utility in the [Collection] window
(p.6, p.36).
O When EOS Utility has been started up from DPP, you cannot use
the following functions.
• Quick check window view (p.16)
• Trimming and adjusting the angle of an image (p.38, p.114)
• Digital Lens Optimizer (p.70)
• Compositing images (p.80)
• Creating HDR (High Dynamic Range) images (p.83)
• Dust erasure processing (copy stamp function)
(p.75 to p.79, p.117 to p.121)
• Batch change file names (rename function) (p.104)
• Printing using Easy-PhotoPrint EX or Easy-PhotoPrint
(Plug-in printing) (p.43, p.46)
• Transferring images to Photoshop (p.79)
• Batch saving images (batch processing) (p.102)
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You can also download images to the computer using a third-party card
reader.
1 Load the memory card into the card reader.
2Open a removable disk icon in the folder area and
move the [DCIM] folder inside to a suitable place
such as to the [Desktop].
¿The [DCIM] folder is downloaded to your computer.
O All images are saved in folder units inside the [DCIM] folder.
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader 3 Display the images downloaded to your computer.
O In the [DCIM] folder copied to your desktop, select the folder
where the shot images are saved.
¿Images in the folder are displayed in the main window of DPP.
By selecting the memory card folder directly in DPP, the images in the
folder are displayed in DPP and you can check the shot images.
Checking before downloading images
O Copying to your computer may take time when there is a large
number of shot images saved in the memory card.
O For details on the [DCIM] folder structure and the file names of
shot images, refer to “Folder Structure and File Names in the
Memory Card” in the “EOS Utility Instruction Manual” (PDF
electronic manual).
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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.
Viewing Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window
Main window
Rotate selected image
Click to select the image
Display thumbnails of all the images inside the
folder selected in the folder area on the left
O Images displayed with the [ ] icon are movie files and cannot
be played back in DPP.
O If the message [Insufficient memory.] appears, there are too
many images in one folder. Decrease the number of images in
one folder such as by dividing them into smaller folders.
O When aspect ratio information is attached to the shot image with the
EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D
Mark III, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D,
EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS
M2 or EOS M, the image is displayed as a trimmed image (p.38,
p.114).
O For a list of main window functions, see p.127.
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.
Select the [View] menu ` desired item.
¿The display changes to the selected item.
Viewing an Image
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¿The edit window appears.
¿It may take time for the image to redraw itself.
O Click the [ ] in the upper left of the edit window to close the edit
window.
Enlarging and Viewing an Image in the Edit Window
Double-click
Edit window Tool palette
O 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 whose image size
has been changed and then been converted and saved (p.42, p.137),
images for which you selected an effect other than [Shot settings] as
correction of fisheye lens distortion aberration, or images which have
had settings specified during RAW processing on the camera for
distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction.
O For a list of edit window functions, see p.130.
Enlarging and Viewing a Specific Area
Double-click the area you want to enlarge.
¿The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel
size). If you wait for a while, it changes to a clearer display.
O Double-click again to revert to the full view.
O To change the display position, drag on the image or drag the
enlargement display position of the tool palette.
Double-click
Tool palette enlargement display position
Change the enlargement
display position by
dragging
Select the [View] menu ` [200% view] or [50% view].
To display an image in an enlargement ratio other than 100%
You can change the enlargement ratio when you double-click (p.93).
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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.
¿The image brightness changes in real time according to the
amount of adjustments.
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Drag the slider left or
right
Tool palette
Select the [View] menu ` [Tool palette].
The tool palette does not display
You can adjust images with the tool palette by switching between the
[RAW], [RGB], [NR/ALO] and [LENS] tab sheets according to your
editing requirements.
Because adjustment made with the tool palette (it undergoes automatic
development processing each time) only changes the image processing
conditions, the “original image data itself” remains unaffected.
Therefore, there are no problems with image deterioration that arise with
editing and you can readjust your images any number of times.
See Chapter 2 onwards for more detailed information on the various
functions of the tool palette.
In DPP, all the adjustment contents (image processing conditions
information) made with the tool palette are saved to an image as data
called a “Recipe” (p.99).
About the Tool Palette
About Recipes
For a list of tool palette functions, see p.131.
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Saving an Image
If you perform the save operation described here, you can save all the
adjustment contents (recipe) made with the tool palette to the RAW
image.
Select the [File] menu ` [Save].
¿Your adjustment contents (recipe) are saved to the image.
With DPP, you can perform the following types of saving according to
your requirements. For detailed information on each saving method, see
Chapter 2 onwards.
O Save (p.41)
Add adjustment contents (recipe) made with the tool palette to a RAW
image and save.
O Save as (p.41)
Add adjustment contents (recipe) made with the tool palette to a RAW
image and save as a separate RAW image. The original RAW image
remains unaffected.
O Add thumbnail to image and save* (p.23)
Create a new thumbnail image for the main window and save to each
image.
The quality of images in the main window improves and images
redraw themselves more quickly.
O Convert and save (p.42)
Convert adjusted RAW image to a JPEG or TIFF image and save.
The original RAW image remains unaffected.
O Batch process (p.102)
Convert in batches adjusted multiple RAW images to JPEG or TIFF
images and save.
The original RAW images remain unaffected.
* Option available in the main window.
Saving
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Printing an Image
You can print images with a printer. As an example, the procedure to
print one image on one sheet of paper is described here.
To set the paper size etc., select the [File] menu ` [Print].
With DPP, you can perform the following types of printing according to
your requirements. For detailed information on each printing method,
see Chapter 2 onwards.
O Print one image (p.49)
O Print with a Canon inkjet printer (p.43, p.46)
O Print with a high-end Canon printer (p.89)
O Print with shooting information (p.87)
O Printing a thumbnail list (contact sheet printing) (p.88)
1 Select the [File] menu ` [Print].
¿The [Print] dialog box appears.
2Print.
O Specify the optimum settings for photograph printing in the
printer’s print settings dialog box and click the [Print] button.
¿Printing begins.
To change the paper size
Printing
Quitting DPP
In the main window, select the [Digital Photo
Professional] menu ` [Quit Digital Photo
Professional].
¿DPP quits.
A confirmation dialog box for saving the images appears when you
try to quit DPP without saving the adjusted image. Click the [Yes to
all] button to save the adjustment contents (recipe) to all the images
adjusted.
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Advanced Operation
A more advanced operation – from efficiently checking images, to
various ways of editing an image, printing a RAW image using a Canon
printer and sorting images – is explained here.
Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images......................... 16
Sorting Images........................................................... 18
Attaching Check Marks.......................................... 18
Setting Ratings ...................................................... 18
Sorting Images in the Main Window .......................... 19
Attaching Check Marks in the Main Window ......... 19
Setting Ratings in the Main Window...................... 19
Arranging Images in the Main Window...................... 20
Arranging by Type ................................................. 20
Arranging Freely .................................................... 21
Displaying a RAW Image and JPEG Image as a Single
Image......................................................................... 22
Improving the Quality of an Image in the Main Window... 23
Checking Image Information...................................... 23
Editing an Image ...................................................... 25
About the RAW Tool Palette...................................... 25
Editing with the Tool Palette in the Main Window.. 25
Adjusting Brightness.................................................. 26
Changing a Picture Style ........................................... 26
Picture Style File.................................................... 27
Adjusting Color Tone by Changing White Balance.... 28
Adjusting Color Tone Using Click White Balance...... 28
Adjusting Contrast ..................................................... 29
Changing Color Tone and Color Saturation............... 30
Adjusting Monochrome.......................................... 30
Adjusting Image Sharpness....................................... 31
Detailed Setting of Image Sharpness..................... 32
Automatically Adjusting Brightness and Color (Tone
Curve Assist) .............................................................. 33
Editing Efficiently ..................................................... 34
Editing in the Edit Image Window............................... 34
Changing the Thumbnail Display Position to Horizontal............... 36
Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window ... 36
Trimming and Adjusting the Angle of an Image....... 38
Applying Adjustment Contents to Other Images...... 41
Saving Editing Results............................................. 41
Saving Editing Contents to a RAW Image.................. 41
Saving as a JPEG or TIFF Image............................... 42
Re-Editing an Image................................................ 43
Printing an Image .................................................... 43
Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet Printers
Compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint EX ......................... 43
Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet Printers
Compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint............................... 46
Printing Photographs with a Printer other than Canon
Inkjet Printers.............................................................. 49
Organizing Images .................................................. 49
Deleting an Unwanted Image ..................................... 49
Creating a Folder for Saving Images.......................... 50
Moving Images ........................................................... 50
Moving Images in Folders .......................................... 51
Registering Frequent-Use Folders (Bookmark
Registration) ............................................................... 51
Organizing Bookmarks ........................................... 51
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Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images
You can enlarge images displayed as thumbnails in the main window
and efficiently check each image. You can attach check marks and sort
images into five groups.
1 Display the quick check window.
O Click the [Quick check] button.
¿The quick check window appears.
2Click the [Next] or [Previous] button to switch
between images to be checked.
O All the images displayed in the main window can be checked in
the quick check window.
Quick check window
3 Double-click the area you want to enlarge.
¿The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 50% view.
O To change the display position, drag on the image.
O Double-click again to revert to the full view.
O To quit, click the [OK] button.
Double-click
When [AF Point] is checkmarked, 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.137), which
have had settings specified during RAW processing on the camera
for distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction, which
are composited, or which are created as HDR (High Dynamic
Range) images.
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O To check only selected images
You can use the quick check window to check only selected images
by selecting the desired images from those displayed in the main
window and then performing step 1.
O Switch between images using the keyboard
You can also switch between images by pressing the < > + <> or
< > + <> keys.
O Switch between screens using the keyboard
You can also switch between full screen display/normal screen
display by pressing the < > + <F11> keys.
O Operate using the menu
Each operation can also be performed with the menu which appears
by clicking on the image while holding down the <control> key.
Convenient functions of the quick check window
O The enlargement ratio when an image is enlarged is half (50%)
of the 100% (actual pixel size).
O You can change the enlargement ratio to 100%, when an image
is enlarged (p.93).
O For a list of quick check window functions, see p.135.
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You can sort images by attaching check marks or setting ratings
(indicated with [ ] marks) for each subject or theme.
Attaching Check Marks
Display the image you want to attach a check mark
to, and then click any one of [ ] to [ ].
Sorting Images
¿The selected check mark appears in the upper left of the window.
Click
Check mark
O Click the [Clear] button to remove the check mark.
O The values of check marks attached to images in DPP version 3.8
or earlier are maintained as they are.
O You can also attach check marks from the menu that appears by
clicking on an image in the main window while holding down the
<control> key.
Setting Ratings
Display the image you want to rate, and then click
any one of the [ ].
¿The rating is set and an icon corresponding to the selected [ ]
appears in the upper left of the window.
(Window shown with a rating of three [ ])
O To set [Reject], click the [Reject] button. Click the [Reject] button
again to cancel.
Click (changes to [ ] after
clicking [ ])
Rating icon
O To cancel the rating, click the same [ ] as when the setting was
made on the right of the window.
As the file structure of the image data is changed when a rating is
set to an image, it may not be possible to check the image
information in third-party software.
You can also set ratings (including [Reject] setting) from the menu
that appears by clicking on an image in the main window while
holding down the <control> key.
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You can also sort images in the main window by attaching check marks
or setting ratings (indicated with [ ] marks) for each subject or theme.
Attaching Check Marks in the Main Window
Select the images you want to attach a check mark
to, and then click any of [ ] to [ ] in the toolbar.
O Click the check mark in the toolbar again to remove the check
marks.
Sorting Images in the Main Window
Select
Click
¿The selected check mark appears in the upper left of the image
frame.
Check mark
Setting Ratings in the Main Window
Select the images you want to rate, and then click
any of the [ ] in the toolbar.
O To cancel the rating, click the same [ ] as when the setting was
made in the toolbar.
O [Reject] cannot be set with the toolbar. Set [Reject] with the
[Label] menu or the quick check window (p.18).
Select
Click (changes to [ ]
after clicking [ ])
¿The rating is set and an icon corresponding to the selected [ ]
appears in the image frame.
(Window shown with a rating of three [ ] as an example)
Rating icon
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Click on desired images while holding down the < > key. To select
multiple consecutive images, click on the first image, and then click on
the last image while holding down the <shift> key.
You can display a large number of images by setting the size of thumbnail
images to small (p.10). Then, by selecting the [View] menu ` [Rating] and
removing check marks so that ratings no longer appear in the image
frame, you can display still more thumbnail images in the main window.
To select multiple images in the main window
To display more thumbnails in the main window
O The [Label] menu can also be used to attach check marks and set
ratings.
O By selecting the [Edit] menu ` [Check mark] or [Rating] ` image
selection criteria, you can refine criteria for selecting
checkmarked or rated images.
O You can display and change the rating settings set in DPP with other
bundled software and on an EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark
III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D (firmware version 2.0.0 or later), EOS 70D,
EOS 60D, EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS
1200D, EOS 1100D, EOS M2 or EOS M camera.
• EOS Utility version 2.9 or later:
Ratings set in DPP are displayed. However, [Reject] is not
displayed and you cannot change rating settings.
• On an EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D,
EOS 7D (firmware version 2.0.0 or later), EOS 70D, EOS 60D,
EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D,
EOS 1100D, EOS M2 or EOS M camera:
Ratings set in DPP are displayed in the playback screen. You
can also change rating settings. However, you cannot display or
change settings for [Reject].
O Reversely, you can also display and change with DPP the rating
settings set for still images on an EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D
Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D (firmware version 2.0.0 or later), EOS
70D, EOS 60D, EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D,
EOS 1200D, EOS 1100D, EOS M2 or EOS M camera.
You can arrange images in the order of the types of check marks you
have attached to images, or in the order of date and time at which the
images were shot. You can also freely arrange images by moving them
individually.
Arranging by Type
Select the [View] menu ` [Sort] ` desired item.
¿The images are arranged in the order according to the selected
item.
Arranging Images in the Main Window
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Sort item Description
Rating: ascending
order
Sorted in order of fewest [ ].
Rating: descending
order
Sorted in order of most [ ].
File name Images are sorted by file name in alphanumeric
order (0 to 9 J A to Z).
Shooting Date/Time Images are sorted by shooting date and time
from the earliest.
RAW priority Images are sorted in the following order: RAW
images J JPEG images J TIFF images.
Check mark1 -
Check mark5
Images with check marks take priority and are
sorted in number order.
When check marks from 1 to 5 have been set, the images are sorted as
follows:
Check mark1 selected: 1J2J3J4J5
Check mark2 selected: 2J3J4J5J1
Check mark3 selected: 3J4J5J1J2
Check mark4 selected: 4J5J1J2J3
Check mark5 selected: 5J1J2J3J4
Check mark sorting order
Arranging Freely
Drag and drop the image to the desired location.
¿The image moves to the desired location.
O You can also select multiple images (p.20) and move them.
O The order of rearranged images is maintained until you quit DPP
or select another folder in the folder area.
O Select the [View] menu ` [Sort] ` [File name] to revert to the
order before the images were rearranged.
You can maintain the order of rearranged images even if you quit DPP
or select another folder in the folder area.
O Maintain order without changing image file names
You can use the [View settings] tab sheet in the [Preferences] to
maintain the order of images without changing the image file names
(p.93).
O Maintain order and change image file names
You can use the rename function to maintain the order of images and
change the image file names all at once in the order they were
rearranged (p.104).
Maintaining the order of rearranged images
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You can display and handle a RAW image and JPEG image shot
simultaneously as a single image. In particular, you can halve the
number of images displayed in the main window and you can streamline
the checking of a large number of images shot simultaneously.
1 Select the [Digital Photo Professional] menu `
[Preferences].
2Select the [View settings] tab sheet and checkmark
[Display only CR2 images for CR2 and JPEG files of
the same name].
¿The main window display updates and the simultaneously shot
RAW image and JPEG image are displayed as a single image
with the [ ] mark (p.129).
Displaying a RAW Image and JPEG Image as a Single Image
Images that can be displayed as a single image are images shot with a
camera that shoots RAW images with the extension “.CR2” and JPEG
images simultaneously. Images that have been simultaneously shot with
a camera that shoots RAW images with the extension “.CRW” or “.TIF”
cannot be displayed as a single image.
O Image displayed
The RAW image is displayed in all windows.
O Edited image
The content which has been adjusted with any of DPP’s functions (the
tool palette etc.) will be applied to the RAW image only.
However, if you have used the following functions, the adjustments
will be applied to both the RAW image and the JPEG image.
• Deleting an image (p.49)
• Moving or copying an image (p.50)
• Checkmarking (p.18, p.19)
• Rating (p.18, p.19)
• Rotating an image (p.127, p.135, p.136)
• Attaching a thumbnail to an image and saving (p.23)
O Images added to the [Collection] window
When you add a RAW image and JPEG image displayed as a single
image to the [Collection] window, the single image is marked with the
[ ] mark. However, because the RAW and JPEG images are
actually added individually, the number of images shown on the
[Collection] tab sheet increases by 2 (p.128).
RAW images with the extension “.CR2” can be displayed as a
single image
When a single image is displayed
In step 2, if you uncheck [Display only CR2 images for CR2 and
JPEG files of the same name], the RAW image and JPEG image
are displayed as separate images.
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Create a new thumbnail image for the main window and save to each
image.
The quality of images in the main window improves and images redraw
themselves more quickly.
With all the images selected, select the [File] menu `
[Add thumbnail to image and save].
Improving the Quality of an Image in the Main Window
The quality is improved for any JPEG or TIFF image. While the image
quality improves regardless of the thumbnail size (p.10), selecting [Large
thumbnail], with its larger display size, shows the improvement more
clearly than [Medium thumbnail] and [Small thumbnail].
The extent of the improvement in quality
A large number of images may take some time to add.
1 Select the image for which you want to check the
image information.
2Click the [Info] button.
¿The image information window appears (p.24).
Checking Image Information
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3 Select a tab sheet and check information.
[Shooting Information] tab sheet [Metadata] tab sheet
O Shooting information is displayed in the [Shooting Information]
tab sheet, while IPTC* information appended to the image after
shooting is displayed in the [Metadata] tab sheet.
IPTC* information provides additional comments on images,
such as captions, credits and the shooting location. The
information is sorted into 5 different categories and can be
viewed by selecting [Description], [IPTC Contact], [IPTC Image],
[IPTC Content] or [IPTC Status] from the list box in the [Metadata]
tab sheet.
IPTC* information can only be appended to JPEG/TIFF images
using Photoshop (CS3 or later).
* International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
O The contents of the [Shooting Information] tab sheet will vary
depending on the camera model.
O Difference with the [Thumbnail with information]
Detailed shooting information for each image is displayed in the
image information window. However, if you want to only check the
main shooting information, you can check it for each image in [View]
menu ` [Thumbnail with information] (p.10).
Convenient uses in the main window
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Editing an Image
This section explains how to adjust an image using the tool palette in the
edit window.
You can easily restore an image to its original condition with the [ ]
button even if you have made the wrong adjustment. Try out the various
adjustments.
How to make adjustments using the [RAW] tool palette functions, and
how to adjust automatically with the [RGB] tool palette are explained in
this section.
¿The image changes in real time according to adjustments
performed with the tool palette.
O To revert to the condition before the last operation performed on
the tool palette, select [Undo] in the [Edit] menu or press < > +
<Z> keys.
Edit window Tool palette
O You can rotate an image in the [Adjustment] menu.
O You can adjust an image while comparing the image before and
after adjustment (p.53).
O You can synchronize multiple images and edit while comparing
them (p.54).
O See p.130 for a list of edit window functions, and p.131 for a list of
tool palette functions.
You can adjust images with the tool palette by switching between the
[RAW], [RGB], [NR/ALO] and [LENS] tab sheets according to your
editing requirements.
Adjustments similar to those that can be performed with the functions of
your camera can be performed using the functions of the [RAW] tool
palette. When the camera settings were incorrect during shooting, or
when the shooting result is not what you visualized, you can get closer
to what you envisaged with the [RAW] tool palette which is similar to the
camera.
All functions other than [RGB] tool palette automatic adjustment, and
each function of the [NR/ALO] and [LENS] tool palette are explained in
Chapter 3.
Editing with the Tool Palette in the Main Window
By clicking the [Tool palette] button (p.127) in the toolbar on the main
window, the same tool palette that appears in the edit window is
displayed and you can edit images.
About the RAW Tool Palette
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The brightness of an image can be adjusted. Move the slider to the right
to make the image brighter and to the left to make the image darker.
Adjusting Brightness
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Enter a numerical
value
Drag the slider left or right
The adjustment range is –2.0 to +2.0 (in 0.01-stop increments when
entering a value).
If the image you shot is different to what you visualized, you can change
the Picture Style to get closer to what you envisaged.
Even if you have saved the image (p.41) with [Monochrome] (p.30)
selected, you can still change to another Picture Style at any point by
simply selecting a Picture Style other than [Monochrome].
Changing a Picture Style
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Select
O Even if the RAW image is from a camera that does not have
Picture Style settings, you can still set a Picture Style as long as
the RAW image is compatible with DPP (p.3).
O You can retain the [Color tone], [Color saturation], [Contrast],
[Unsharp mask] and [Sharpness] settings, even if you change the
Picture Style (p.94).
O [Auto] is only applied to images shot with the EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C,
EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 70D, EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS
650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2 or EOS M.
When changing a Picture Style with several images selected, you
can select [Auto] if images shot with the EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS
5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 70D, EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D,
EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2 or EOS M are included. However,
[Auto] is actually applied only to images shot with the EOS-1D X,
EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 70D, EOS 700D, EOS
100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2 or EOS M.
O You cannot select [Auto] with multiple-exposure RAW images
created on the camera.
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Picture Style Description
( )
The Picture Style set on the camera when the
image was shot.
When a mode in the Creative Zone is selected on
the camera, the Picture Style set in ( ) is
displayed.
When a mode in the Basic Zone is selected on
the camera, [Shot settings] is displayed in ( ), and
image characteristics that are according to the
selected shooting mode are applied.
Standard
The image looks vivid.
Ordinarily, this setting is suitable for most images.
Auto
The color tone will be adjusted to suit the scene.
The colors will look vivid. Especially the colors of
blue skies, greenery, and sunsets will be vivid in a
shot of nature, outdoor, or sunset scenes.
Portrait
For nice skin tones.
Effective for close-ups of women and children. By
changing the [Color tone], you can adjust the skin
tone (p.30).
Landscape
For vivid blues and greens.
Effective for making images of landscapes
impressive.
Neutral
For natural colors and subdued images.
Effective for base images which are to undergo
adjustment.
Faithful
When the subject is photographed under a color
temperature of 5200K, the color is adjusted
colorimetrically to match the subject’s color.
Effective for base images which are to undergo
adjustment.
Monochrome
For black and white images.
You can also adjust with [Filter effect] or [Toning
effect] (p.30).
Picture Style File
A Picture Style file is an extended function file of Picture Style. See p.59
for how to use Picture Style files.
Picture Style Description
(Picture Style file
registered in the
camera)
Displayed when selecting an image shot with the
Picture Style file registered in the camera.
In the list, the name of the Picture Style file is
displayed in ( ).
[Picture Style file
applied in DPP]
The name of the Picture Style file applied in DPP
is displayed in [ ].
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If the color tone of the photographed image does not appear natural,
change the white balance to make it appear natural. You can make the
color tone natural by setting the light source at the time of shooting an
image of, for example, pale-colored flowers.
O ( ) is the white balance set on the camera when the image
was shot.
• When a mode in the Creative Zone is selected on the camera,
the white balance set in ( ) is displayed.
• When a mode in the Basic Zone is selected on the camera,
[Shot settings] is displayed in ( ), and image characteristics that
are according to the selected shooting mode are applied.
• If you have corrected white balance, the correction value is
displayed in ( ).
Adjusting Color Tone by Changing White Balance
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Select
If the color tone of the image does not appear natural after changing the
white balance, adjust the white balance using click white balance (this page).
To make further fine adjustments to color tone after adjusting the white
balance, you can use [Color tone] (p.30) to get closer to your requirements.
The color tone does not become more natural even when the
white balance is changed
Tune with color tone
O You cannot register the adjustment results as personal white
balance (p.101) when you have selected [ ( )] from the list box.
O You cannot change or adjust white balance with multiple-
exposure RAW images created on the camera.
Refer to your camera’s Instruction Manual for details on each white
balance setting.
You can adjust white balance using a selected part of an image as the
standard for white to make the image appear natural. Using click white
balance is effective when using it in parts of an image where white color
tone has changed under the influence of a light source.
1
2Click on a point that is to be the standard for white.
Adjusting Color Tone Using Click White Balance
Click
The coordinates of the cursor position and the
RGB values (8-bit conversion)
Click Reverts the
image to the
original settings
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¿The color of the image is adjusted with the point you selected as
the standard for white.
O If you click on another point in the image, the white balance is
adjusted again.
O To finish click white balance, click the [ ] button again.
When there are no white areas in your image, you can adjust the white
balance by clicking on a grey point of the image in step 2. This has the
same adjustment result as selecting a white point.
When there are no white areas in your image
O The image is adjusted based on the average value of 5 × 5 pixel
range from the clicked point.
O You cannot change or adjust white balance with multiple-
exposure RAW images created on the camera.
Modulation and degree of contrast can be adjusted. Move the slider to
the right to make contrast stronger and to the left to make contrast
weaker.
Adjusting Contrast
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Drag the slider left or
right (9 steps)
Displays the value of the setting
Use [Linear] when you will be adjusting separately using image editing
software that has advanced editing functions. Note that when [Linear] is
checkmarked, the image will become dim.
[Linear] - A function for advanced adjustment
The Auto Lighting Optimizer (p.61) will not function when [Linear] is
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Skin tone and overall color saturation can be adjusted.
If Picture Style (p.26) is set to [Monochrome], [Color tone] and [Color
saturation] switch to [Filter effect] and [Toning effect] (this page).
O Color tone: Mainly used for adjusting skin tones. Move the
slider to the right to make skin tones more
yellow, and to the left to make skin tones
redder.
O Color saturation: The overall color depth of the image is
adjusted with color saturation. Move the slider
to the right to make the color deeper, and to
the left to make the color weaker.
Changing Color Tone and Color Saturation
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Drag the sliders
left or right
Displays the values of the settings
The adjustment range is –4 to +4 (in 1-stop increments).
Adjusting Monochrome
When the Picture Style (p.26) is set to [Monochrome], you can create
monochrome photographs with effects similar to filtering and with the
look of a single-color photograph.
1 Select [Monochrome] in the [Picture Style] list box.
2 Reverts the image to
the original settings
Drag the sliders
left or right
Displays the values of the settings
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O Filter effect: Creates an image where the white of clouds and the
green of trees are emphasized in the same
monochrome photograph.
O Toning effect: You can create a monochrome photograph to which a
single color has been added.
You can choose from [None], [Sepia], [Blue], [Purple]
and [Green].
Filter Example of effect
None Ordinary monochrome image without filter effect.
Yellow
Blue sky is reproduced more naturally and white
clouds emerge clearly.
Orange
Blue sky becomes somewhat darker. The
brightness of the setting sun increases further.
Red
Blue sky becomes quite dark. Autumn leaves
become clear and bright.
Green
Human skin tones and lips become softer. The
green leaves of trees become clear and bright.
To emphasize the filter effect, set the [Contrast] slider closer to the right.
Increase the [Contrast] to emphasize the filter effect
You can make the overall atmosphere of an image sharper or softer.
Adjustment can be made by selecting from two modes, [Sharpness] and
[Unsharp mask].
[Sharpness]: Controls the sharpness of an image by adjusting the
level of emphasis for the outline of the image. The
further to the right the [Sharpness] slider is moved (the
larger the setting), the more the edges are
emphasized for a sharper image.
[Unsharp mask]: Adjusts the image’s sharpness more finely.
[Strength]: Shows the level of emphasis for the outline of the
image. The further to the right the slider is moved (the
larger the setting), the more the image’s edges are
emphasized for a sharper image.
[Fineness]: Shows the fineness of the emphasized outline. The
further to the left the slider is moved (the smaller the
setting), the more fine detail can be emphasized.
[Threshold]: Sets “how much contrast difference there should be
compared to surroundings before emphasizing
edges”.
Adjusting Image Sharpness
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Select [Sharpness] from the list box and make the
setting.
Reverts the image to
the original settings
Drag the slider left or right
Displays the value of the setting
Select [Sharpness]
The adjustment range is 0 to 10 (in 1-stop increments).
Detailed Setting of Image Sharpness
Select [Unsharp mask] from the list box and make
the setting.
Drag the slider left or right
Displays the values
of the settings
Select [Unsharp mask]
Adjust image sharpness with the window view set to [200% view],
[100% view] or [50% view]. If the view is set to [Fit to window] (full view),
the effects of adjustment may seem unnatural.
The effects of sharpness adjustment appear unnatural
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In order to make the image a desirable standard image, automatically
adjust the image tone curve (p.146). You can select the degree of
automatic adjustment from “Standard” and “High”.
Click on the [RGB] tab sheet and click the desired
automatic adjustment button.
O Standard:Standard automatic adjustment. Suitable for most
images.
O High: Use when the effect achieved in standard automatic
adjustment is not strong enough.
¿The tone curve changes as adjusted.
Automatically Adjusting Brightness and Color (Tone Curve Assist)
Reverts the tone curve
to the original settings
High
Standard
The result of automatic adjustment (tone curve assist) may not be as
expected with the following images:
• Images which have been shot with the proper exposure
• Images where the brightness is unbalanced
• Images which are too dark
• Images which have extreme backlighting
Images not suitable for automatic adjustment (tone curve
assist)
If you click the [ ] button, the tone curve as well as the [Hue] and
[Saturation] revert to the default settings. Take care when adjusting
the [Hue] and [Saturation] individually (p.110).
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Editing Efficiently
The thumbnail display and the edit window are combined and images can
be edited efficiently while quickly switching between images to be edited.
Images to be edited are selected beforehand in the main window.
1 In the main window, select the images you want to edit.
2Switch to the edit image window.
¿The main window switches to the edit image window.
Editing in the Edit Image Window
Click
3 Edit the image.
¿ It may take time for the image to redraw itself.
O The same tool palette as in the edit window is displayed and you
can edit the image.
O To revert to the condition before the last operation performed on
the tool palette, select [Undo] in the [Edit] menu or press < > +
<Z> keys.
Change the size
Edit image window
Select the image to be edited
The selected image is displayed as an enlargement in the
middle of the window
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 whose image size has been changed and then been
converted and saved (p.42, p.137), images for which you selected
an effect other than [Shot settings] as correction of fisheye lens
distortion aberration, or images which have had settings specified
during RAW processing on the camera for distortion correction and
chromatic aberration correction.
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4Double-click the area you want to enlarge.
¿The area you double-clicked is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel
size).
O To change the display position, drag on the image or drag the
enlargement display position (p.131) of the tool palette.
O Double-click again to revert to the full view ([Fit to window]).
O To return to the main window, click the [Main Window] button on
the toolbar.
Double-
click
Click the [50% view] or [200% view] on the toolbar.
To display an image in an enlargement ratio other than 100%
O You can change the way the tool palette is displayed (p.94).
O You can change the enlargement ratio when you double-click
(p.93).
O With the edit image window, you can only select images from one
folder. To gather images from several folders for editing, see
“Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window” (p.36).
O For a list of edit image window functions, see p.136.
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Select the [View] menu ` [Change thumbnail
position].
O If you select [Change thumbnail position] again, the thumbnail
display reverts to the vertical position.
Changing the Thumbnail Display Position to Horizontal
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.
1 Select images from the [Folder] window in the main
window, and select the [File] menu ` [Add to collection].
¿The selected images are added to the [Collection] window and the
number of selected images is shown on the [Collection] tab sheet.
O 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.
O You can select several images and add them to the [Collection]
window.
O You can also add images to the [Collection] window by selecting
images, clicking on the image while holding down the <control>
key, and selecting [Add to collection] from the menu that appears.
O You can add up to 1,000 images to the [Collection] window.
Gathering and Editing Images in the Collection Window
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2Select the [Collection] tab sheet.
¿The selected images are displayed in the [Collection] window.
3 Check displayed images in the [Collection] window.
4Edit the images.
O You can now edit the images displayed in the [Collection]
window.
¿Images displayed in the [Collection] window are retained in the
[Collection] window even after quitting DPP.
O 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, clicking on
the image while holding down the <control> key, 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.
O Removing all images
Select [Clear collection] in the [File] menu. (You can also remove all
images from the [Collection] window by clicking while holding down the
<control> key, 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.
To remove images from the [Collection] window
Modifications to the image are applied to the original image
Modifications made to images added to the [Collection] window are
all applied to the original image.
O You can arrange images displayed in the [Collection] window the
same way as in the [Folder] window (p.20, p.21). You can
maintain the order of rearranged images even after quitting DPP
by checkmarking [Retain sort order] on the [View settings] tab
sheet in the [Preferences] (p.93).
O You cannot use the following functions in the [Collection] window.
• Starting of EOS Utility (p.7), or synchronizing of folders with
EOS Utility
• Batch change the file name of images (p.104)
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Trimming and Adjusting the Angle of an Image
You can trim only the part of an image you need, or change the
composition of an image where an image shot horizontally becomes
vertical. You can also adjust the angle of an image before trimming. If
you select [Circle] for [Aspect ratio], the area outside the specified range
is only masked in black and the image will not be cropped.
1 Select the image to be trimmed.
2Open the trimming/angle adjustment window.
O Click the [Trimming Angle] button.
¿The trimming/angle adjustment window appears.
¿Editing can be done once the image is displayed clearly in the
trimming/angle adjustment window.
3 Adjust the angle of the image as needed.
O If you click [Center on Screen], you can display the trimming
range in the center of the window.
O When correcting lens aberrations, it is recommended to perform
lens aberration correction before adjusting the angle of the
image.
O If you click the [OK] button after adjusting only the angle of the
image, the image will be trimmed at the largest possible trimming
range.
When aspect ratio information is attached to an image shot with the
EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D
Mark III, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D,
EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2
or EOS M, the trimming range based on the aspect ratio information is
displayed.
Use the mouse (click S/T) to adjust the angle or
directly enter the adjustment angle* (0.01-degree
increments; adjustable range: -45 to +45 degrees)
Click
(rotate
image left
or right in
90-degree
increments)
Drag* (0.01-degree increments;
adjustment range: -45 to +45 degrees)
Trimming/angle adjustment window
Largest
possible
trimming
range
* You cannot adjust the angle of images that exceed 9999 x 6666
pixels in size.
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4Select a ratio and drag the trimming range.
O The trimming range can be moved by dragging.
O You can enlarge or reduce the size of the trimming range by
dragging the four corners of the trimming range. (Not available
when [Circle] is selected.)
O List of aspect ratios (width : height)
[Free]: You can trim an image to any size, regardless of the
selectable ratio.
[Custom]: You can trim an image at the specified ratio.
[Circle]: The area outside the specified range is masked in
black. The image is not trimmed.
Cancel
Select a
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Drag the
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5 Click the [OK] button to return to the main window.
¿The trimming range frame is displayed in the trimmed image
(p.129).
¿When the trimmed image is displayed in an edit window or the
edit image window, it is displayed in its trimmed form.
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O The trimmed range can be reverted to its original condition at
any time
A trimmed image is displayed or printed as a trimmed image.
However, since the image is not actually trimmed, you can always
revert to the original image by clicking the [Reset] button in the
trimming/angle adjustment window or performing the “Re-Editing an
Image” procedure (p.43).
O Display of the trimmed image in each window
• Main window: The frame showing the trimming range is
displayed on the image (p.129).
• Edit window: The image is displayed in its trimmed condition.
• Edit image window: The thumbnail image is the same as the main
window display, and the enlarged image is the
same as the edit window display.
O Printing a trimmed image
You can print as a trimmed image by printing it in DPP.
O The image becomes a trimmed image when converted and saved
The trimmed RAW image actually becomes a trimmed image when
converted to a JPEG or TIFF image and saved (p.42).
O Images that have aspect ratio set will be displayed as trimmed
images
When aspect ratio information is attached to a RAW image shot with
EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D
Mark III, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 7D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D,
EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2
or EOS M, the set trimming range based on the aspect ratio
information is displayed. Since the image is not actually trimmed, you
can change the trimming range or revert to the condition before
trimming.
However, when a JPEG image is shot in a [4:3], [16:9] or [1:1] aspect
ratio set with the EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D,
EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 650D, EOS 600D, EOS 1200D, EOS M2
or EOS M, its trimming range cannot be changed nor reverted to the
condition before trimming, since the image is actually trimmed and
saved in the set trimming ratio.*
About trimmed images
When reverting to the condition before trimming is performed based
on the aspect ratio information at the time of shooting, click the
[Reset] button. Also, if you want to cancel all the trimming range, click
the [Clear] button (p.138).
* When shooting with EOS 5D Mark III and [Add cropping information]
is set in Custom Functions, aspect ratio information is only set and
the image is not actually trimmed, even for JPEG images.
O Switch between screens using the keyboard
You can also switch between full screen display/normal screen
display by pressing the < > + <F11> keys.
O Operate using the menu
Each operation can also be performed with the menu which appears
by clicking on the image while holding down the <control> key.
O Apply the trimmed range to another image
You can apply the trimmed range to another image by clicking the
[Copy] button to copy the trimmed range, displaying another image
and then clicking the [Paste] button.
To batch apply a copied trimming range to multiple images, select the
trimmed image and the multiple images to which you want to apply
the trimmed range in the main window, and display the trimming/angle
adjustment window. With the trimmed image displayed, click the
[Copy] button and then click the [Apply All] button. This will apply the
trimming range to all the images selected when the trimming/angle
adjustment window is displayed.
To select multiple images in the main window, click the images while
holding down the < > key. To select multiple consecutive images,
click on the first image, and then click on the last image while holding
down the <shift> key.
Convenient functions of the trimming/angle adjustment
window
For a list of the trimming/angle adjustment window functions, see
p.138.
For images shot with ISO speed range expansion set, noticeable
noise may make it difficult to view image details in the trimming/
angle adjustment window, so using this function is not
recommended.
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Applying Adjustment Contents to Other Images
You can copy the image adjustment contents (recipe) adjusted with the
tool palette and apply it to other images.
You can efficiently adjust multiple images by adjusting one image and
applying the results of this to multiple images shot in similar shooting
environment.
1 Select the adjusted image and then select the [Edit]
menu ` [Copy recipe to clipboard].
¿The recipe is copied.
2Select the image to which the recipe is to be applied
and then select the [Edit] menu ` [Paste recipe to
selected image].
¿The recipe is applied to the image.
The recipe (p.99) can be saved as a separate file from the image
and loaded and applied to another image (p.100).
Saving Editing Results
All the contents (recipe) adjusted with the tool palette as well as the
trimmed (p.38) range information can be saved to a RAW image or to a
separate RAW image.
The adjustments made with the tool palette (p.56 to p.69) and the dust
erase processing explained in Chapter 3 (p.75 to p.79) can also be
saved in a RAW image.
Select the [File] menu ` desired item.
¿Your adjustments are saved to the image.
Saving Editing Contents to a RAW Image
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To view, edit and print a RAW image with software other than DPP,
convert to a more versatile JPEG or TIFF image and save.
The image is saved as a separate image, so the RAW image remains
unaffected.
1 Select the image to be converted.
2Select the [File] menu ` [Convert and save].
¿The [Convert and save] window appears.
3 Specify the necessary settings, and then click the
[Save] button.
O By default, the image is converted and saved to a JPEG image
with the highest image quality, without changing the image size.
Change the settings according to your requirements.
Saving as a JPEG or TIFF Image
¿The RAW image is converted to a JPEG or TIFF image which is
then saved as a new image in the specified save destination.
Click and save
Select the save
destination
Select an image type
Enter a file name
DPP’s 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.
To save the developing/editing results for the version you are
currently using
O By saving as explained on this page, a trimmed image (p.38) or
dust-erased image explained in Chapter 3 (p.75 to p.79) actually
becomes a trimmed image or dust-erased image.
O You can reduce the noise characteristic of JPEG images which
occurs when you convert and save an image as a JPEG (p.92, p.93).
O You can batch convert and save multiple images (p.102).
O For a list of [Convert and save] window functions, see p.137.
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Re-Editing an Image
Only the image processing conditions are changed in images adjusted
with the tool palette (p.25 to p.33), so the “original image data itself”
remains unaffected.
Also, the trimming range information of a trimmed image (p.38) is simply
saved to the image.
For this reason, you can undo any adjustments saved (p.41) to the
image, trimming information, and revert to the condition when last
saved, or when the image was shot.
1 Select the image that is to be re-edited.
2Select the [Adjustment] menu ` desired item.
¿The image reverts to the conditions of the selected item.
Printing an Image
This section explains how to print high-resolution photographs easily
with Canon inkjet printers compatible with the Canon printing software,
Easy-PhotoPrint EX or Easy-PhotoPrint. It also explains how to print
photographs using other printers.
Proceed to the page for the printer you are using.
O Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet Printers Compatible with
Easy-PhotoPrint EX (this page)
O Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet Printers Compatible with
Easy-PhotoPrint (p.46)
O Printing Photographs with a Printer other than Canon Inkjet Printers
(p.49)
You can perform the following types of photograph printing with Canon
inkjet printers compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint EX (hereinafter, “EPP
EX”) :
O Simple printing of RAW images
O Printing with faithful colors
To perform this printing, it is necessary to first install EPP EX version 1.1
or later on your computer.
Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet
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1 Select the image to be printed.
2Start up EPP EX.
O Select the [File] menu ` [Plug-in printing] ` [Print with Easy-
PhotoPrint EX].
¿EPP EX starts up.
3 In the EPP EX window, select the [File] menu `
[Preferences].
¿The [Preferences] window appears.
4In [Print Quality], select [Quality Priority], click the
[Option] button. In the dialog box that appears,
checkmark [Print with the best quality].
Select
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Click and checkmark [Print with the best quality]
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5 Select the [Advanced] tab, checkmark [Enable ICC
profile], and then click the [OK] button.
¿The [Preferences] window closes.
6Specify the number of sheets to be printed, and then
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Click
7 Select the paper type, and then click the [Layout/
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8Specify the layout, and then click the [Print] button.
¿Printing begins.
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Click to print
Select the
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O 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.
O The printed image’s color is not what you expected
In the EPP EX window, select [Preferences] in the [File] menu and
then click the [Advanced] tab in the [Preferences] window to display
the [Advanced] tab sheet.
In the [Advanced] tab sheet, select [Enable ICC profile] in [Color
correction for printing] and try printing using the [Perceptual] setting
(p.147).
Additional information
DPP is also compatible for printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro (p.89).
You can perform the following types of photograph printing with Canon
inkjet printers compatible with Easy-PhotoPrint (hereinafter, “EPP”):
O Simple printing of RAW images
O 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). Note that since EPP is not compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 or later,
printing is not possible with a computer running on Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
1 Select the image to be printed.
2Start up EPP.
O Select the [File] menu ` [Plug-in printing] ` [Print with Easy-
PhotoPrint].
¿EPP starts up.
Printing Photographs with Canon Inkjet
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3 In the EPP window, select the [Easy-PhotoPrint]
menu ` [Preferences].
¿The [Preferences] window appears.
4In [Print Quality], select [Quality Priority].
Select
Quality
Priority
5 Select the [Advanced] tab sheet and check that the
EPP image compensation function is disabled.
O If not disabled, the operation of the EPP image compensation
function may prevent images being printed with faithful color
reproduction.
6Specify the number of sheets to be printed, and then
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7 Check that the image compensation function is
disabled, select the paper type and then click [Next].
8Specify the layout, and then click [Print].
¿Printing begins.
Select the
paper type
If checked, click to remove the check marks
Click
Click to print
Select the layout
O 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.
O The printed image’s color is not what you expected
Change the [Rendering intents when using Easy-PhotoPrint] (p.95) to
[Perceptual] (p.147) and print.
Additional information
DPP is also compatible for printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Pro (p.89).
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You can print one image on one sheet of paper.
1 Select the image to be printed.
2Select the [File] menu ` [Print].
¿The [Print] dialog box appears.
3 Set to photograph printing and print.
O Specify the optimum settings for photograph printing in the
printer’s print settings dialog box and click the [Print] button.
¿Printing begins.
Printing Photographs with a Printer other than Canon Inkjet Printers
Organizing Images
This section explains how to delete unwanted images, create folders for
saving images, move or copy images, etc., and organize your images.
Be aware that you cannot recover deleted images.
1 Select an unwanted image in the main window.
2Select the [File] menu ` [Delete].
¿The image is moved to the [Trash] and is deleted from DPP.
O The images are deleted completely from your computer by
selecting the [Finder] menu ` [Empty Trash] on the desktop.
Deleting an Unwanted Image
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You can create a folder for sorting images.
1 In the folder area, select the location where the new
folder is to be created.
2Select the [File] menu ` [Create new folder].
¿The dialog box for entering a folder name appears.
3 Enter a folder name and click the [OK] button.
¿The new folder is created in the folder selected in step 1.
Creating a Folder for Saving Images
You can move or copy images to a separate folder and sort by shooting
date or themes.
Drag the image to be moved or copied.
O To move: Drag the image and release when the image is in the
destination folder.
O To copy: Drag the image while holding down the <option> key
and release when the image is in the destination
folder.
¿The images are moved or copied to the destination folder.
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