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Digital Photo Professional Instruction Manual
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Canon Utilities
Digital Photo Professional Ver.2.0
Displaying Thumbnail Images and
Performing Basic Edits in the Main Window
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
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Performing Detailed Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Window
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Performing Detailed Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
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Displaying an Image in the Quick
Check Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Compatible Models
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS 5D
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
EOS-1D Mark II
EOS 20D
EOS-1Ds
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
EOS-1D
EOS 10D
EOS D60
EOS D30
PowerShot Pro1
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Introduction
Displaying Thumbnail Images
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in the Main Window
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Introduction
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This chapter includes information on the precautions to be read before using Digital Photo
Professional, how to use this Instruction Manual, the system requirements and the supported
image types. It also explains the functions and window structure, and gives examples of
operation.
O Click on the item to display its page.
Main Features ..................................................................................................................... 0-2
System Requirements........................................................................................................ 0-2
Supported Images .............................................................................................................. 0-2
Function Window Configuration ....................................................................................... 0-3
Example of Operation ........................................................................................................ 0-4
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Main Features
Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software is designed for editing RAW images shot with Canon
digital cameras and has the following features and functions to meet the requirements of
professional and high-end amateurs who mainly shoot RAW images.
High-speed processing of RAW images
O DPP has made possible, using Canon’s own high performance algorithm, high-speed
processing and high-speed display of RAW images.
O DPP, Canon’s genuine software, has made possible high-image quality processing.
Operation and window variety that can respond to a professional’s workflow
O DPP’s operation is easy, compatible with the workflow of a professional, and has a variety of
function windows.
O In the main window, images can be displayed as a list (thumbnail image display), selected,
rearranged, and basic editing can be performed.
O In the edit image window, one of multiple images can be selected and enlarged, checked,
and detailed editing can be performed.
O In the edit window, one image can be enlarged, checked, and detailed editing can be
performed.
O In the quick check window, images can be displayed one after the other, checked and
selected.
Real-time image editing
O DPP has various image editing functions where the results of editing are reflected in an
image in real-time.
O You can adjust all image editing functions with 16 bit high precision.
O DPP can perform various kinds of image editing with the RAW image adjustment function
that is richer and has a larger degree of freedom than the image adjustment features of the
camera. It also has the RGB image adjustment function that can edit RAW images and RGB
images (JPEG images, TIFF images). There is almost no image deterioration of RAW
images edited with the RAW image adjustment function.
O RAW image adjustment features:
Brightness adjustment, white balance adjustment, Picture Style setting.
O RAW image and RGB image (JPEG images, TIFF images) adjustment features:
Tone curve adjustment, color adjustment, sharpness, trimming, image correction (repair,
copy stamp), image rotation (90° to the left or right).
O DPP can save, import or apply recipe data (results of various adjustments made to an
edited image) to other images.
O The before and after editing comparative display function allows you to compare and adjust
an image displayed in a window showing the before and after versions.
A diversity of functions
O DPP can select and organize images using 3 kinds of check marks.
O DPP can send one image to Photoshop or a batch of multiple images to optional image
editing software .
O DPP can print single copies of compatible images including RAW images.
O Together with Easy-PhotoPrint and Canon BJ printers, DPP can print compatible images
including RAW images simply and in high quality.
O DPP can convert and save RAW images as TIFF or JPEG images and attach an ICC profile.
O DPP can convert and save a batch of multiple RAW images (batch processing).
O DPP can change a batch of file names (rename function).
O Together with EOS Capture, DPP is compatible with remote shooting.
Color management
O DPP is compatible with Color Management System.
O DPP is compatible with 5 kinds of color space (sRGB, Adobe RGB, Wide Gamut RGB,
Apple RGB, ColorMatch RGB).
O DPP can attach ICC profiles to a saved image.
O DPP can set monitor and printer profiles.
O With the CMYK simulation function, DPP can simulate the color of an image when printed
with a printer, etc. in a CMYK environment.
Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.4
Computer
Macintosh with one of the above OS preinstalled
CPU
400MHz G3 or higher
RAM
Minimum 512MB
Hard disk space
256MB or more
Display
Resolution :1024 × 768 or more
Colors : Thousands or more
This software supports the following image types.
.CR2
EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D
.TIF
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, EOS 10D, EOS
D60, EOS D30 or PowerShot Pro1*
Exif 2.2 or 2.21-compatible JPEG or JFIF images
TIFF images
Exif-compatible TIFF images
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EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II,
EOS 5D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL or
EOS 20D
JPEG images
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RAW images
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O This software program is not compatible with UFS (Unix File System) formatted disks.
Image type/Camera used
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.CRW
.JPG, .JPEG
.TIF, .TIFF
*You cannot edit with the Digital Photo Professional RAW image editing function.
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Function Window Configuration
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Digital Photo Professional comprises the windows and function windows shown below, centering on the main window that is displayed when DPP starts up.
Main window
O Images can be displayed as thumbnails, and basic image editing
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can be performed (p.1-2).
The size of images and the way images are displayed can be changed
or images can be sorted according to a selected condition (p.1-5).
Images can be sorted and organized using 3 kinds of check marks (p.1-2).
For RAW images, white balance and brightness can be adjusted,
and color space can be set (p.1-6 to p.1-9).
RAW, JPEG and TIFF images can be rotated and brightness
adjusted (p.1-2, p.1-9).
RAW images can be converted into JPEG and TIFF images, and
edited images can be saved as separate images* (p.1-15).
Images (including RAW images) can be printed*(p.1-19).
All settings for Digital Photo Professional can be made* (p.1-20).
Edit window
Doubleclick
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O
* This can also be done in the edit window and the edit image window.
enlarged and displayed in a separate window.
Also, you can display up to 36 edit windows to
compare and edit images (p.2-2).
O The size of images and the way images are displayed
can be changed, or a comparison of an image before
and after editing can be displayed (p.2-3).
O For RAW images, brightness and white balance
can be adjusted, and Picture Style can be set (p.23 to p.2-6).
O Tone curve and color can be adjusted for RAW,
JPEG and TIFF images (p.2-6 to p.2-8).
Quick check window
Tools menu
Switch
Edit image window
O An image selected in the main window can be
O One image can be selected from multiple images and
detailed editing can be performed (p.3-1).
O Images selected in the main
Button or
menu
O A batch of multiple
RAW images can be
converted and saved
to JPEG or TIFF
images, and a batch
of edited images can
be saved as separate
images (p.1-16).
Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint
O Images can be printed together with EasyPhotoPrint on Canon BJ printers (p.1-19).
Importing images from EOS Capture
Rename window
O A batch of file
names can be
changed (p.1-17).
Tools menu
Trimming window
Transferring images to image editing software
O Multiple images can be transferred to
optional image editing software (p.1-18).
Transferring an image to Adobe Photoshop
O One image can be transferred to Adobe
O An image can
be trimmed
within your
desired range
(p.1-10).
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Image in the Quick
Check Window
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O With EOS Capture, images shot remotely
can be displayed (p.1-19).
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Window for batch conversion and
saving of images (batch processing)
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Window
window can be quickly
displayed in a separate
window and viewed (p.4-1).
O Images can be sorted and
organized using 3 kinds of
check marks (p.4-1).
O The size of images and the way images are displayed can
be changed, or a comparison of an image before and after
editing can be displayed (p.2-3).
O For RAW images, brightness and white balance can be
adjusted, and Picture Style can be set (p.2-3 to p.2-6).
O Tone curve and color can be adjusted for RAW, JPEG and
TIFF images (p.2-6 to p.2-8).
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An image can be
corrected so that
unwanted spots in the
image blend with
surrounding color
(p.1-11).
O An image can be
corrected by pasting a
section copied from
another part of the same
image to an unwanted
part of the image (p.1-12).
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Photoshop (p.1-18).
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The following shows typical flows of operating Digital Photo Professional.
Example 1: Displaying Thumbnail Images and
Performing Basic Edits in the Main Window
Example 2: Selecting One Image from Multiple Images and
Performing Detailed Edits on the Image in the Edit Image Window
Example 3: Performing Detailed Edits on a
Single Image in the Edit Window
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Display images in the main
window (p.1-2).
Set check marks (p.1-2).
Select multiple images in the main window (p.1-2).
Switch to the edit image window (p.3-1).
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Select an image in the main window (p.1-2).
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Display the image in the edit window (p.2-2).
Sort images (p.1-5).
Select one image from multiple images (p.3-1).
Select an image and perform basic edits (p.1-6, p.1-9).
Edit the image (p.2-3, p.2-6).
Print the images (p.1-19).
Transfer images to image
editing software (p.1-18).
Save edits (recipe data) to the image (p.1-13).
Convert and save edited images as separate
images in a single operation (p.1-16).
Display the image as a
comparison of before
and after editing (p.2-3).
Print the image (p.1-19).
Transfer images to image
editing software (p.1-18).
Save edits (recipe data) to the image (p.1-13).
Convert and save edited images as separate images in a
single operation (p.1-16).
Edit the image
(p.2-3, p.2-6).
Display the image as a
comparison of before
and after editing (p.2-3).
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Edits in the Edit
Window
Print the image (p.1-19).
Transfer an image to
Photoshop (p.1-18).
Save edits (recipe data) to the image (p.1-13).
Convert and save the edited image as a separate image
(p.1-15).
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Example 4: Checking Images in the Quick
Check Window
Example 5: Applying the Editing Data (recipe
data) of an Edited Image to Another Image
Example 6: Remote Shooting with EOS
Capture
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Connect the camera to your computer and turn the camera on.
Select multiple images in the main window (p.1-2).
Select the edited image in the main window (p.1-2).
Start up Digital Photo Professional (p.1-2).
Display the images in the quick check window (p.4-1).
Copy the editing data (recipe data) (p.1-13).
Switch to the main or edit image window (p.1-2, p.3-1).
Check the images.
Select the image to which the editing data will be
applied in the main window.
Start up EOS Capture (p.1-19).
Set a check mark
to an image (p.4-1).
Apply the editing data to the selected image (p.1-13).
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Take a shot by clicking the [Shoot] button in EOS Capture or
pressing the shutter button on the camera.
Check the image, which is displayed in the main or edit
image window.
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This chapter describes the functions of the main window, and how to display
images and perform basic edits on them.
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Using Edits (Recipe Data)................................................................................ 1-13
Saving the Recipes ........................................................................................ 1-13
Loading and Pasting Recipes ........................................................................ 1-13
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Starting up Digital Photo Professional............................................................. 1-2
Copying Recipes and Applying to Other Images ........................................... 1-13
Reverting Edited Images to Their Original Condition ................................... 1-14
Displaying Images.............................................................................................. 1-3
Reverting to Last Saved Settings................................................................... 1-14
Handling the Folders.......................................................................................... 1-4
Reverting to Shot Settings ............................................................................. 1-14
Creating a New Folder ..................................................................................... 1-4
Saving Edited Images ...................................................................................... 1-14
Registering Frequent Use Folders with the Bookmark .................................... 1-4
Saving by Overwriting .................................................................................... 1-14
Organizing Bookmarks..................................................................................... 1-4
Saving and Renaming.................................................................................... 1-14
Copying an Image............................................................................................ 1-5
Adding a Thumbnail of the Image .................................................................. 1-14
Deleting Images.................................................................................................. 1-5
Converting and Saving RAW Images while Renaming Them........................ 1-15
Selecting the Image Display Mode ................................................................... 1-5
Converting and Saving Images in a Single Operation (Batch-processing) .... 1-16
Selecting the Thumbnail Size .......................................................................... 1-5
Changing File Names in a Single Operation .................................................. 1-17
Image with Information Display........................................................................ 1-5
Transferring Images to Image Editing Software............................................ 1-18
Sorting Images................................................................................................. 1-5
Transferring One Image to Photoshop........................................................... 1-18
Displaying Image Information .......................................................................... 1-6
Transferring Multiple Images to Image Editing Software ............................... 1-18
Displaying the Edit Window ............................................................................. 1-6
Displaying the Edit Image Window .................................................................. 1-6
Displaying the Quick Check Window ............................................................... 1-6
Editing RAW Images .......................................................................................... 1-6
Adjusting the White Balance ............................................................................ 1-6
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Printing Images ................................................................................................ 1-19
Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint ........................................................................ 1-19
Displaying Images in EOS Capture................................................................. 1-19
Specifying Preferences.................................................................................... 1-20
Click White Balance Function .......................................................................... 1-8
Adjusting the Brightness .................................................................................. 1-9
Specifying Color Space.................................................................................... 1-9
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Check Window
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Editing Images.................................................................................................... 1-9
Adjusting the Brightness .................................................................................. 1-9
Trimming Images ........................................................................................... 1-10
Correcting an Image ...................................................................................... 1-11
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Starting up Digital Photo Professional
Click [Digital Photo Professional]
registered in the Dock.
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Main Window
¿ The main window is displayed.
O Alternatively, you can start up Digital
Photo Professional by double-clicking the
[Canon Utilities] folder [Digital Photo
Professional] folder [Digital Photo
Professional] icon.
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Removes all the check marks of the selected images.
Rotates the selected image 90° to the left or right.
Selects and sets one from the 3 check marks to the selected image.
Toolbar
Adjusts the white balance of a RAW image (p.1-6).
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Adjusts a RAW image with click white balance (p.1-8).
The path for the folder selected in the folder area is
displayed.
Adjusts the brightness of a RAW image (p.1-9).
Menu bar
Displays the [Digital Photo Professional], [File], [Edit], [View],
[Bookmark], [Adjustment], [Tools] and [Window] menus.
Saves all the images in a single
operation (p.1-16).
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Edits in the Edit
Window
The main window switches to the edit image window (p.1-6, p.3-1).
Displays/hides the folder area.
Selects all the images in the image display area.
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Image Window
All the selected images in the image display area are deselected.
Folder area
The images in the selected folder are displayed in the image
display area.
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Image display area
Displays the coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB
values (8-bit conversion) of an image while operating the click
white balance (p.1-8).
When you set CMYK simulation
profile (p.1-21), [CMYK] is displayed.
Displays whether or not recipe data (p.1-13)
is attached to the selected image.
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Displays the number of the currently selected images.
Displays the total number of images.
O To select an image, click the target image.
O To select multiple images, hold down the < > key and click the images.
O To select sequential images, click the first image and then hold down the <shift> key
and click the last image.
For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-2).
O To select RAW images only or images that have check marks set only, select the
[Edit] menu [Select RAW photos only] or [Select check mark* photos only].
(* represents a check mark number from 1 to 3.)
O To display or hide the toolbar, select the [View] menu
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[Toolbar].
O To quit Digital Photo Professional, select [Digital Photo Professional] menu
Digital Photo Professional].
[Quit
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Information Displayed with Images
The following shows the information displayed when [Large thumbnail] (p.1-5) is selected.
This mark is displayed for images being trimmed (p.1-10).
Click the folder in which images are saved.
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This mark is displayed for
an image that has been
corrected with the copy
stamp tool (p.1-11, p.1-12).
This mark is displayed
when a check mark is
set (p.1-2, p.4-1).
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The aperture value used when
images were shot is displayed.
This value is displayed for RAW
images for which the brightness
was adjusted (p.1-9).
The icon for the specified
white balance is displayed
with RAW images only
(p.1-7).
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You can display images saved on your computer in the main window.
The shutter speed used
when images were shot is
displayed.
File name
The [RAW] symbol is displayed for RAW images. (When
[Small thumbnail] is selected, the [R] symbol is displayed).
No symbol is displayed for JPEG and TIFF images.
This mark is displayed for
images for which the RGB
processing (p.1-9, p.2-6) was
performed.
This mark is displayed for
unsaved images being edited.
The [RAW] mark is not displayed for PowerShot Pro1 RAW images.
O You cannot display images saved on a memory card in the camera. You must save
images to your computer using other software supplied with the camera or a third-party
card reader.
O A JPEG image set to Adobe RGB and taken with the EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/
300D DIGITAL or PowerShot Pro1 may display with the sRGB color space applied.
O Refer to “Supported Images” for information about the images that can be displayed
(p.0-2).
O Images that cannot be displayed appear as [].
O Images that were shot with the camera held vertically with [Auto rotate] setting to <ON>
are automatically displayed vertically.
O You can display images saved on a memory card using a third-party card reader.
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Handling the Folders
You can handle the folder on the menu that appears by clicking on the folder while holding
down the <control> key.
Click on the folder while holding down the <control> key, and then
select an option from the menu that appears.
O You can drag and drop folders in
the folder area to move them to
the other folders. You can also
copy the folders by dragging and
dropping them while holding down
the <option> key.
Registering Frequent Use Folders with the Bookmark
You can register frequent use folders with the [Bookmark] menu.
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Select a folder in the folder area.
Select [Bookmark] menu
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[Add].
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¿ The selected folder is registered with the [Bookmark] menu.
O The registered folder can be selected from the [Bookmark] menu.
Organizing Bookmarks
You can change the name of the folder or delete the folder that was registered with the
[Bookmark] menu.
Creating a New Folder
You can create a new folder in the folder area.
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In the folder area, select the location where the new folder is to be
created.
Select the [File] menu
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Select [Bookmark] menu
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[Organize].
¿ The [Sort bookmarks] dialog box appears.
Change the folder name or delete the folder.
The path and name of the folder that is selected
in the bookmark folder area is displayed.
[Create New Folder].
The folder path that is selected in the
bookmark folder area is displayed.
¿ The folder is created.
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Check Window
¿ The create new folder dialog box appears.
Enter a folder name.
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O To change the folder name, select the folder in the bookmark folder area, change the
displayed folder name, and then click the [Change] button.
O To delete the folder, select the folder in the bookmark folder area, then click the
[Delete] button.
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Click the [Close] button.
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Copying an Image
Selecting the Thumbnail Size
You can copy and save an image to another folder.
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The available image sizes are [Large thumbnail], [Middle thumbnail], and [Small thumbnail].
Various information (p.1-3) is displayed in the display frame.
Select the image to be copied.
Select [View] menu
Select the [Edit] menu
[Copy].
Select the folder to which the image is to be saved.
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You can display the brightness histogram and the shooting information for images.
[Thumbnail with information].
Sorting Images
You can sort images according to a condition you select.
You can move unnecessary images to the Trash on your computer and delete them.
Select images and then select [File] menu
[Delete].
¿ The images are moved to the Trash.
Select [View] menu
[File name]
: File names are sorted in alphanumeric order (0 to 9
[RAW priority]
: Displayed in the following order:
RAW images (CR2 CRW TIF) RGB images (JPG
TIF)
If multiple images have the same extension, they are sorted in
order of [File name].
[Check mark1]
: Displayed in the following order:
check-marked images with selected number check-marked
images with other numbers images without check marks
If multiple images have the same check mark number, they
are sorted in order of [File name].
¿ The images are deleted.
In addition to [CRW_YYYY.CRW] (RAW images) and [IMG_YYYY.JPG] (JPEG images),
[CRW_YYYY.THM] (images for displaying camera indexes) is saved in the folder
[xxxCANON] where images you have taken with the EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/
300D DIGITAL, EOS D60, EOS D30 and PowerShot Pro1 are saved. With Digital Photo
Professional, [CRW_YYYY.THM] images are not displayed and therefore you cannot move
or delete them.
Move or delete [CRW_YYYY.THM] images on the Finder.
[xxx] of folder names and [YYYY] of image names represent a number.
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Select the condition to be set.
¿ The images are sorted according to the selected condition.
[Empty Trash].
O Images that you deleted in step 2 cannot be restored. Check carefully before deleting
images.
O When multiple images are selected, all the selected images will be deleted. Take
particular care when you have just finished a task involving the selection of multiple
images.
[Sort]
[Check mark2]
[Check mark3]
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¿ The images with attached information are displayed.
¿ The image is copied to the selected folder.
Select [Finder] menu on the desktop
Select the size to be set.
Image with Information Display
Select [View] menu
[Paste].
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¿ The images are displayed in the selected size.
¿ The image is copied.
Select the [Edit] menu
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You can change the size or method and sort images according to a selected condition.
a to z).
[Shooting Data/Time] : Sorted by shooting date and time. If multiple images were
taken on the same date and time, they are sorted in order of
[File name].
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Editing RAW Images
Displaying Image Information
You can check various information for images.
Select an image and then select [File] menu ` [Info].
¿ The image information appears.
Image information may not appear for JPEG images set to Adobe RGB and shot with the
EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL or PowerShot Pro1.
You can perform various edits on the RAW images that are supported by Digital Photo
Professional. With RAW image editing (p.1-6 to p.1-9), there is hardly any of the deterioration
which accompanies image editing. You can therefore edit an image multiple times while
preserving the image quality at the time the image was shot.
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You can enlarge the image and perform detailed edits.
Double-click an image.
¿ The edit window appears.
O See Chapter 2 “Performing Detailed Edits in the Edit Window” for the information on
the edit window.
Displaying the Edit Image Window
You can select one image from multiple images and perform detailed edits.
Select multiple images and then click the [Edit image window] button.
Select a RAW image.
Edit the RAW image (p.1-6 to p.1-9).
O You can apply edits to other images by copying and pasting the edit data to the other
images (p.1-13).
Save the edited image (p.1-14).
O You cannot edit PowerShot Pro1 RAW images.
O Before quitting Digital Photo Professional, you must save the edited images (p.1-14).
O When multiple images are selected, the edits are applied to all the selected images.
O The editing data can be saved in a separate file (p.1-13).
O The edited images can be transferred to image editing software (p.1-18).
Adjusting the White Balance
¿ The main window switches to the
edit image window.
You can set the white balance with each method.
O See Chapter 3 “Performing
Detailed Edits in the Edit Image
Window” for the information on the
edit image window.
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Click the [White balance] button (p.1-2).
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Adjust the white balance by making each setting (p.1-7, p.1-8).
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You can individually display images in a larger size and can quickly view and check each image.
Select multiple images and then select the [Tools] menu ` [Start
Quick check tool].
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O You can revert edited images to the last saved settings or shot settings (p.1-14).
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Image in the Quick
Check Window
¿ The [White balance adjustment] dialog box appears.
O Alternatively, you can display this dialog box by selecting [Adjustment] menu ` [White
balance].
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Click the [Close] button.
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¿ The quick check window appears.
O See Chapter 4 “Displaying an Image in the Quick Check Window” for the information
on the quick check window.
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Selecting the White Balance
Specifying the Color Temperature
You can specify the white balance.
You can specify the color temperature in the range of 2800 to 10000K (in 100K increments).
Select the white balance from the list box.
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Select [Color temp.] from the list box.
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White
Balance
Shot
settings
Auto
Details
To apply the white balance setting used when the shot
was taken.
Automatically adjusts the white balance.
Color Temp.
K (Kelvin)
Approx. 5200
Shade
For shaded areas outdoors.
Approx. 7000
Cloudy
For cloudy or hazy days and during sunset.
Approx. 6000
For tungsten (light bulb) light.
Approx. 3200
Flash
When flash is used.
Color temp.
You can manually set color temperature for 2800 to
10000K (in 100K increments).
Click white
balance
Displayed for images on which you performed the click
white balance.
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Approx. 3000 to 7000
For sunny daylight outdoors.
Fluorescent
For white fluorescent light.
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Adjust an image while viewing it.
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Tungsten
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The adjusted value appears.
Drag the slider left or right to adjust the color temperature.
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Approx. 4000
Approx. 6000
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Approx. 2800 to
10000
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Adjusting with the Color Wheel
Personal White Balance
You can select a desired color from the color wheel.
You can also specify the hue in the range of 0 to 359 (in 1-stop increments), and the saturation
in the range of 0 to 255 (in 1-stop increments).
You can apply the personal white balance (p.2-4) that you registered in the edit window or the
edit image window to images.
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Click the [1], [2] or [3] button.
Click the [Tune] button.
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¿ The registered personal white
balance is applied to the image.
¿ The color wheel appears.
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Adjust an image while viewing it.
O Drag [
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You cannot use the personal white balance if you have not registered it.
] to adjust an image.
Click White Balance Function
Makes white the standard for the point you selected and color in the image is adjusted.
You can enter a value or click the [ ] / [ ]
buttons to specify the hue and saturation.
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Image Window
Click the [Click (RAW)] button (p.1-2).
¿ When you move the cursor over the image, the cursor [ ] changes to [
].
Click the point where is to be the standard.
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¿ The color in the image is adjusted
with white as the standard on the
point you selected.
O If you click on another point over
the image, the white balance is
adjusted again.
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O When you finish this operation,
click the [Click (RAW)] button.
O The coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8-bit conversion) of the
image are displayed in the lower left of the main window (p.1-2).
O The image is adjusted based on the value of 1 1 pixels from the clicked point.
O Even if you have selected a neutral gray point of the image, the result of adjustments is
the same as when you select a white point.
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You can perform various edits on the RAW, JPEG, and TIFF images that are supported by
Digital Photo Professional.
Adjusting the Brightness
You can adjust the brightness in the range of –2.0 to +2.0 (in 0.01-stop increments when
entering a value).
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Click the [Brightness (RAW)] button (p.1-2).
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Adjust an image while viewing it.
¿ The [Brightness adjustment] dialog box appears.
O Alternatively, you can display this dialog box by selecting [Adjustment] menu
[Brightness adjustment (RAW)].
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Restores the image to its original settings.
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Edit the image (p.1-9 to p.1-12).
O You can apply edits to other images by copying and pasting the edit data to the other
images (p.1-13).
O You can revert edited images to the last saved settings or shot settings (p.1-14).
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Drag the slider left or right to adjust the brightness.
Select an image.
Save the edited image (p.1-14).
Before quitting Digital Photo Professional, you must save the edited images (p.1-14).
Enter a value to adjust the brightness.
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O When multiple images are selected, the edits are applied to all the selected images.
O The editing data can be saved in a separate file (p.1-13).
O The edited images can be transferred to image editing software (p.1-18).
Click the [Close] button.
Adjusting the Brightness
Specifying Color Space
You can set a color space other than the one set in [Default settings of Work color space] in the
preferences (p.1-21).
Select [Adjustment] menu
space to be set.
[Work color space]
Select a color
¿ The selected color space is set.
The specified color space is added to the ICC profile that is embedded in TIFF or JPEG
images that have been converted from RAW images and saved (p.1-15, p.1-16).
A color space is the reproducible color range (the characteristics of color gamut). Digital
Photo Professional supports the following 5 kinds of color space.
sRGB
: Standard color space for Windows. Widely used for the standard color
space of monitors, digital cameras, and scanners.
Adobe RGB
: A wider color space than sRGB. Mainly used for printing for business
purposes.
Wide Gamut RGB : A wider color space than Adobe RGB.
Apple RGB
: Standard color space for Macintosh. A slightly wider color space than
sRGB.
ColorMatch RGB : A slightly wider color space than sRGB. Mainly used for printing for
business purposes.
You can adjust the brightness of an image in the range of –100 to +100 (in 1-step increments
when entering a value).
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Select [Adjustment] menu
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[Brightness adjustment].
¿ The [Brightness adjustment] dialog box appears.
Adjust an image while viewing it.
Drag the slider left or right to adjust the brightness.
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Restores the image to its original settings.
Enter a value to adjust the brightness.
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Click the [Close] button.
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Trimming Images
Returns settings to the original
settings.
You can trim an image within your desired range.
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Select the [Tools] menu
Select the vertical/horizontal
ratio of the trimming range.
[Start Trimming tool].
Trim the image.
Displays the upper left
coordinates of the trimming range
you have set. You can also set the
coordinates by entering your
desired numbers.
O Select a ratio from the [Aspect ratio] list box, and drag the trimming range as shown in
the diagram.
Copies the trimming range you
have set.
¿ The trimming window appears.
Displays borders around the
trimming range.
Displays the full screen. To return
to the original view, click this
button again.
To switch between full screen
display/normal screen display,
press the < > + <F11> keys on
the keyboard.
Cancels all settings and closes the window.
Displays the ratio selected from
the [Aspect ratio] list box. You
can also enter your own ratio
when you select [Custom] from
the [Aspect ratio] list box.
Displays the size of the
trimming range you have set.
You can also set the size by
entering your desired numbers.
The trimming range copied
from another image is reflected
in the image displayed.*
Drag the slider left or right to set
the level of opacity outside the
trimming range.
Displays the next image.*
Displays the previous image.*
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O If you move the cursor in the trimming range you have set, the [
You can move the trimming range by dragging.
] changes to [
].
O If you move the cursor to the four corners of the trimming range you have set, the
[
] changes to [ ]. You can change the trimming range size by dragging.
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Applies the settings and closes the window.
*Functions when you have selected multiple images and the trimming windows are displayed.
Displays the coordinate position of the cursor.
When you have set the trimming range, the upper left and lower right XY coordinates,
width, height and aspect ratio of the frame are displayed.
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Click the [OK] button.
O You can also set the [Aspect ratio] and switch between full screen/normal screen from
the menu that appears by clicking on the image while holding down <control> key.
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-3).
O When [Free] is selected in the [Aspect ratio] list box, move the cursor to all four sides
of the set trimming range and [ ] will change to [
] or [ ]. The size of the
trimming range can be changed by dragging.
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Correcting an Image
You can correct an image using the repair function or the copy stamp function.
You can correct an image so that unwanted spots (spots you want to delete) on the image
blend with surrounding color.
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[Repair (Dark)] button
Corrects an isolated light spot
within the correction range to
match the surrounding color.
Corrects an isolated dark
spot within the correction
range to match the
surrounding color.
Displays the full screen. To
return to the original view, click
this button again.
To switch between full screen
display/normal screen display,
press the < > + <F11> keys
on the keyboard.
The image is displayed at 100%
(actual pixel size). Click this
button again to display the image
in the size that fits to the window.
Repairing
Select the [Tools] menu
[Repair (Light)] button
Drag the slider left or right, or
click the [ ] / [ ] buttons to
set the correction range.
[Start Stamp tool].
Undoes the previous action.
¿ The copy stamp window appears.
Click the [100% View] button.
¿ The image is displayed in the 100% view.
Reverts to the original condition
before any corrections were
performed.
Redoes all the corrections.
Redoes the previous correction.
Copies the content of the
corrections specified.
Applies to the image the
content of the corrections
copied.
Displays the previous image.*
Displays the next image.*
Cancels all settings and closes
the window.
Applies the settings and closes
the window.
*Functions when you have selected multiple images and the copy stamp windows are displayed.
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[ ] and click.
¿ The unwanted spot within the correction range is corrected.
O If you then click on the image, the unwanted spots within the selected correction
range are corrected.
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Display the section you want to correct.
O Drag the image to display the section you want to correct.
Click the [Repair (Light)] button or the [Repair (Dark)] button.
O When the unwanted spot (spot you want to delete) is light in color, click the [Repair
(Light)] button and when it is dark in color, click the [Repair (Dark)] button.
¿ Move the cursor over the image and the correction range is displayed as [O].
O To correct another section of the image, cancel the repair function by clicking the
[Repair (Light)] button or the [Repair (Dark)] button, and perform the operation from
step 3 again.
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Click the [OK] button.
When sections of the image that cannot be corrected with the repair function have been
selected, [ ] is displayed.
O In step 2, you can double-click on the section you want to correct to display the 100%
view. You can also double-click again to return to the original view.
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-3).
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Copy Stamp
You can correct an image by pasting a section copied from another part of the same image to
an unwanted part of the image.
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Specifies the section to copy.
Only functions with [100% view].
The image is displayed at 100%
(actual pixel size). Click the
button again to display the
image in the size that fits to the
window.
[Start Stamp tool].
¿ The copy stamp window appears.
You can select the pen type.
With [Brush] selected, the pasted
image’s borders simulate a brush.
With [Pencil] selected, the pasted
image’s borders are sharp.
Click the [100% view] button.
¿ The image is displayed in the 100% view.
Fix the position of copy source.
Undoes the previous action.
Displays the full screen. To
return to the original view,
click this button again.
To switch between full
screen display/normal
screen display, press the
< > + <F11> keys on the
keyboard.
Drag the slider left or right,
or click the [ ] / [ ]
buttons to set the size
(radius) of the image to be
pasted.
Reverts to the original condition
before any corrections were
performed.
Redoes all the corrections.
Copies the content of the
corrections specified.
Applies to the image the
content of the corrections
copied.
Displays the previous image.*
Displays the next image.*
Redoes the previous
correction.
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Cancels all settings and closes
the window.
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Display the section you want to correct.
Applies the settings and
closes the window.
*Functions when you have selected multiple images and the copy stamp windows are displayed.
O Drag the image to display the section you want to correct.
Specify the section to copy.
O Click the [Select Copy Source] button and then click the section to copy.
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O To change the copied section, repeat the above procedure.
Correct the image.
O Click or drag on the section you want to correct on the image. [+] in the window
indicates the copy origin, and [ ] indicates the copy destination.
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Click the [OK] button.
O In step 2, you can double-click on the section you want to correct to display the 100%
view. You can also double-click again to return to the original view.
O In step 4, you can also specify the section to copy by holding down the <option> key
and clicking.
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-3).
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Using Edits (Recipe Data)
Editing data that has been applied to RAW images (p.1-6 to p.1-9, p.2-3 to p.2-6) or editing
data that has been applied to JPEG, TIFF, and RAW images (p.1-9 to p.1-12, p.2-6 to p.2-8)
can be copied and applied to other images. Editing data can also be saved as a separate file
containing editing data only and loaded into other images. In Digital Photo Professional, editing
data is referred to as “recipe data”.
Saving the Recipes
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Select an image and then select [Edit] menu
[Save recipe in file].
¿ The [Save] dialog box appears.
Select the destination folder, enter the file name, and then click
the [Save] button.
O When you select [Save recipe in file], only recipe data (editing data) is saved as a
separate file. If you wish to save the image to which the edits were applied, see “Saving
Edited Images” (p.1-14).
O Image rotation (p.1-2), trimming (p.1-10) and image correction (repair, copy stamp) (p.111, p.1-12) are not included in recipe data.
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Select the image from which a recipe will be copied and then
select [Edit] menu [Copy recipe to clipboard].
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¿ The recipe is copied.
Select the image to which the recipe will be applied and then
select [Edit] menu [Paste recipe to selected photo].
¿ The recipe is applied to the image.
O Image rotation (p.1-2), trimming (p.1-10) and image correction (repair, copy stamp) (p.111, p.1-12) are not included in recipe data.
O Editing data that can be performed on RAW images only (p.1-6 to p.1-9, p.2-3 to p.2-6)
cannot be applied to JPEG and TIFF images. If you try to apply editing data that can be
applied to all image types (JPEG, TIFF, or RAW images) (p.1-9 to p.1-12, p.2-6 to p.2-8)
together with editing data that can be applied only to RAW images (p.1-6 to p.1-9, p.2-3
to p.2-6), and the target image is in JPEG or TIFF, only the editing data applicable to
JPEG and TIFF is applied.
Select an image and then select [Edit] menu
file].
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Loading and Pasting Recipes
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2
3
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
[Read recipe from
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
¿ The [Open] dialog box appears.
Select a recipe and click the [Open] button.
Select an image to which the recipe will be applied and then
select [Edit] menu [Paste recipe to selected photo].
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Editing data that can be performed on RAW images only (p.1-6 to p.1-9, p.2-3 to p.2-6)
cannot be applied to JPEG and TIFF images. If you try to apply editing data that can be
applied to all image types (JPEG, TIFF, or RAW images) (p.1-9 to p.1-12, p.2-6 to p.2-8)
together with editing data that can be applied only to RAW images (p.1-6 to p.1-9, p.2-3 to
p.2-6), and the target image is in JPEG or TIFF, only the editing data applicable to JPEG
and TIFF is applied.
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Reverting Edited Images to Their Original Condition
Saving Edited Images
You can cancel all the edits for images, and revert the edited images to their original settings
before being edited or when shots were taken.
You can apply edits to one or more images and save the edited images.
Reverting to Last Saved Settings
Select an image and then select [Adjustment] menu
last saved settings].
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Saving by Overwriting
You can apply edits to an image and overwrite the existing image.
[Revert to
If you select multiple images, all the edited images that you selected are reverted to the last
saved settings.
Select an image and then select [File] menu
save].
[Add recipe and
Saving and Renaming
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
You can apply edits to images and save the new images with another name.
Reverting to Shot Settings
Select an image and then select [Adjustment] menu
shot settings].
[Revert to
If you select multiple images, all the edited images that you selected are reverted to the
shot settings.
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Select an image and then select [File] menu
save as].
[Add recipe and
¿ The [Save as] dialog box appears.
Select the destination folder, enter the file name, and then click
the [Save] button.
Adding a Thumbnail of the Image
You can create new thumbnails to use for display in the main window, and add to each image.
The images will be displayed in the main window quicker and the quality of the images will
increase.
Select the image and then select [File] menu
image and save].
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[Add thumbnail to
A large number of images may take some time to add.
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Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Converting and Saving RAW Images while Renaming Them
You can convert edited RAW images to the TIFF or JPEG and save them with another name.
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2
Select an image and then select [File] menu
[Convert and save].
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¿ The [Convert and save] dialog box appears.
Specify the settings and click the [Save] button.
Enter the name of the image to be saved.
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
Displays the contents of the drive or folder.
Specify the drive or folder to which the image will be saved.
Select an image type used when the image is saved.
The image types and extensions used for the saved images are
shown below.
Image Type
Extension
Exif-JPEG
.JPG
Exif-TIFF 8bit
.TIF
TIFF 16bit
.TIF
If you have selected [Exif-JPEG] in the [Kind of file] list box,
set the image quality (compression rate) with a range of 1 to
10 by dragging the slider left or right. Higher values give
better JPEG image quality.
Check this checkbox to embed an ICC profile in the image to
be saved.
Set the height of the image.
Select a unit of measurement.
Specify a value between 1 and 60,000 dpi as the output resolution
used for the image to be saved.
Check this checkbox to fix the vertical/horizontal ratio of the image.
Saves the image.
Cancels all settings and closes the window.
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
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If you have saved an image in which [Wide Gamut RGB], [Apple RGB] or [ColorMatch RGB]
color space (p.1-9, p.1-21) has been specified, an ICC Profile is automatically embedded
even if you have not checked [Embed ICC profile].
O You can save and rename images without editing them.
O [Resize setting] changes the image size by applying the larger numeric value set in
“Width” or “Height” to the longer edge of the image, even when horizontal and vertical
images are mixed together.
O When you have set the tone curve to [Linear] (p.2-6), select [TIFF 16bit] and save.
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Check this checkbox to change the size of the image to be saved.
Set the width of the image.
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5
O The specified preferences (p.1-21) or individually specified color space (p.1-9) are
added to the ICC profile embedded in TIFF or JPEG images. An ICC profile contains
color information, such as color properties and color spaces of devices which are
authorized by International Color Consortium (ICC). With this ICC profile, many color
management systems can minimize the color differences between devices.
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Converting and Saving Images in a Single Operation (Batch-processing)
You can save and rename multiple edited images in a single operation. You can also convert edited RAW images to JPEG or TIFF and save them in a single operation.
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2
3
Edit an image (p.1-6 to p.1-12).
Select images to be
converted and saved in a
single operation.
¿ The [Batch process settings]
dialog box appears.
Specify the settings.
Click the [Execute] botton.
¿ The processing window appears,
allowing images to be saved in a
single operation.
¿ When processing is complete, the
images are saved in the specified
folder and the [Terminate] button
appears on the processing
window.
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Displays the file names of the images to be saved as a batch.
Click the [Batch process]
button (p.1-2).
O Alternatively, you can display this
dialog box by selecting [File] menu
[Batch process].
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5
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Select an image type used when the images are saved.
For the image type and extension used when the image is
saved, refer to the table in [Convert and save] (p.1-15).
Specify a value between 1 and 60,000 dpi
as the output resolution used for the
images to be saved.
Check this checkbox to change the size of
the images to be saved.
Set the width of the images.
Check this checkbox to fix the vertical/
horizontal ratio of the images.
Select this to save images without
renaming them.
Select this to rename images while
saving them.
Specify the folder where the images are to be
saved after conversion. The specified folder
name appears to the side of the [Browse] button.
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and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
If you have selected [Exif-JPEG] in the [Kind of file]
list box, set the image quality (compression rate)
with a range of 1 to 10 by dragging the slider left or
right. Higher values give better JPEG quality.
Check this checkbox to embed an ICC profile
in the images to be saved.
Set the height of the images.
Select a unit of measurement.
Specify the character string and sequence number
when [New file name] is selected.
The set content is displayed as an example in [Ex.].
You can store the set sequence numbers.
Transfers images converted/saved in
a single operation to image editing
software (p.1-18).
Click the [Terminate] button.
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Starts batch processing.
Cancels all settings and closes the window.
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O You cannot save multiple images in a single operation unless you specify [Sequence
number] when the [New file name] is selected for [File name].
O If you have saved an image in which [Wide Gamut RGB], [Apple RGB] or [ColorMatch
RGB] color space (p.1-9, p.1-21) has been specified, an ICC Profile is automatically
embedded even if you have not checked [Embed ICC profile].
O You can also save and rename multiple images without editing them in a single
operation.
O [Resize setting] changes the image size by applying the larger numeric value set in
“Width” or “Height” to the longer edge of the image, even when horizontal and vertical
images are mixed together.
O The batch process function is independent of other functions. Therefore, during batch
saving, you can perform other operations in the main, edit and edit image windows.
O The specified preferences (p.1-21) or individually specified color space (p.1-9) are
added to the ICC profile embedded in TIFF or JPEG images. An ICC profile contains
color information, such as color properties and color spaces of devices which are
authorized by International Color Consortium (ICC). With this ICC profile, many color
management systems can minimize the color differences between devices.
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Changing File Names in a Single Operation
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You can change file names in a single operation.
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3
Select the images for which you want to change the file names.
Select the [Tools] menu
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[Start Rename tool].
¿ The rename tool window appears.
Specify the settings and then click the [Execute] button.
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¿ The operation begins and the file names are changed.
Select an item to be set in the file name from each item.
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Window
Selects the extension.
Selects the order of the files.
Makes the file names of simultaneously
recorded RAW and JPEG images the same
(except for the extension).
Copies the image and changes the file name.
You can store a set sequence number.
When setting the sequence number, enter
the start number and the number of figures.
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Selects the shot date and time format.
Enters an underbar.
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
When [Copy & Rename] is checked, specifies
the save destination of the copied images.
The original file names are displayed.
The modified file names are displayed.
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Modifies the file names.
Cancels all settings and closes the window.
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Transferring Images to Image Editing Software
Transferring One Image to Photoshop
You can transfer an image to Adobe Photoshop.
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2
Select the image to transfer to Photoshop.
Select [Tools] menu
[Transfer to Photoshop].
¿ Photoshop starts up and displays the transferred image.
¿ RAW images are converted to TIFF 16bit images before being transferred.
O In order to transfer images, you will need Adobe Photoshop.
O Compatible versions of Photoshop are CS and 7.0. You cannot transfer images to
Photoshop Elements.
O One image can be transferred at a time. You cannot transfer multiple images at a time.
O When images are transferred, they are automatically converted to the TIFF 16bit
images and the ICC profile is attached to each of them. The specified preferences
(p.1-21) or individually specified work color space (p.1-9) information are added to the
ICC profile, which allows Photoshop to display images including that color
information.
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You can transfer multiple images to image editing software. The description given here uses
Adobe Photoshop CS, as an example.
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2
Set convert/save in a single operation.
3
Select the image editing software (Photoshop CS) to which you
will transfer the images.
O Follow steps 1 to 4 of “Converting and Saving Images in a Single Operation (Batchprocessing)” (p.1-16).
Click [Browse] button in the [Batch process settings] window.
¿ The [Open] window appears.
O In the drive on which you installed Photoshop CS, select [Applications] folder
[Adobe Photoshop CS] folder [Adobe Photoshop CS], and then click the [Open]
button.
¿ The [Open] window closes and Photoshop is set in [Image transfer settings] in the
[Batch process settings] window.
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Check the [Open image using software].
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Click the [Execute] button.
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and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
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2
3
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Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
¿ The processing window appears and saving in a single operation begins.
¿ When saving in a single operation is completed, Photoshop starts up and the
transferred images are displayed.
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In order to transfer images, you will need image editing software such as Adobe
Photoshop.
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Printing Images
Displaying Images in EOS Capture
Images can be automatically adjusted and printed within the print range.
Digital Photo Professional version 2.0 is compatible with EOS Capture version 1.1 or later.
If you have EOS Capture version 1.1 or later installed on your computer, Digital Photo
Professional displays the images shot with EOS Capture.
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2
Select an image and then select [File] menu
[Print].
Select a printer to be used and then click the [Print] button.
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Connect the camera to your computer and set the camera’s power
switch to <ON>.
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3
Select [Tools] menu
¿ Printing begins.
O Selecting [File] menu [Page setup] allows you to specify paper sizes.
O You can set a printer profile to be used for printing. You can select a rendering intent
(matching method) when you have set the profile (p.1-21).
O If you have set CMYK simulation profile (p.1-21), the image is printed in a tone
corresponding to the specified [CMYK simulation profile].
Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint
[Start EOS Capture].
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Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
¿ EOS Capture starts up.
Take a shot.
O Click the [Shoot] button in EOS Capture or press the shutter button on the camera to
take a shot.
¿ The shot image is displayed in the Digital Photo Professional main window.
Easy-PhotoPrint is printing software dedicated for Canon BJ printers.
If Easy-PhotoPrint 2.1 or later has been installed in your computer, you can print images with
Easy-PhotoPrint.
Select an image and then select [File] menu
PhotoPrint].
O When [CameraWindow] and other windows are displayed, close all the displayed
windows.
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When EOS Capture starts up, you can switch the Digital Photo Professional window
automatically from the main window to the edit image window (p.1-20).
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3
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Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
[Print with Easy-
¿ Easy-PhotoPrint starts up.
O Follow the instructions displayed on the Easy-PhotoPrint window to print images.
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
O To print images with Easy-PhotoPrint, you need Easy-PhotoPrint 2.1 or later and a
Canon BJ printer that supports Easy-PhotoPrint 2.1 or later.
O The specified output resolution (p.1-20) and trimming (p.1-10) are not supported.
O The setting of CMYK simulation (p.1-21) is not supported.
You can set a rendering intent (matching method) when printing (p.1-21).
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Specifying Preferences
You can specify various settings for Digital Photo Professional.
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2
Select [Digital Photo Professional] menu
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Allows you to specify the grid spacing in a range of 8 to 256 pixels used when
the grid lines (p.2-3) are displayed in the edit window or the edit image window.
[Preferences].
¿ The [Preferences] dialog box appears.
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Select the desired tab, specify the settings, and then click the
[OK] button.
¿ The settings are applied and the [Preferences] dialog box closes.
Allows you to select whether the edited image is saved automatically or the confirmation dialog box
is displayed, when you quit Digital Photo Professional or change images displayed in the main
window to the ones in another folder.
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Allows you to select whether the folder that was open the last time is displayed or the
specified folder is always displayed when Digital Photo Professional starts up.
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Window
If you check this checkbox, an image opened in the edit window will appear
selected in the main window.
Displays the description
of [Operating mode].
If you check this checkbox, the edit
image window is displayed automatically
when you start up EOS Capture.
Allows you to set the output resolution
default value from 1 to 60,000 dpi when
RAW images are converted to JPEG or
TIFF images and saved.
Select the display mode for displaying the edited and original
images for comparison in the edit or edit image window (p.2-3).
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Applies the settings and closes
the window.
Cancels all settings and closes
the window.
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Specify the image quality for displaying or saving images.
[Quality priority]
[Standard]
[Speed priority]
: Images are displayed and saved with maximum quality because additional filter
processings are applied. However, it takes more time to display or save images.
: Images are displayed at maximum speed with no additional filter processing.
Images are saved at the same quality as [Quality priority].
: Images are displayed and saved at maximum speed because no additional filter
processing is applied.
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Allows you to select the histogram displayed in the [RGB image adjustment] tab sheet on the
tool palette.
Select [Tone curve mode] (tone curve display), [Interpolation method] (tie method) displayed
in the [RGB image adjustment] tab sheet on the tool palette (p.2-7).
Check to preserve [Hue], [Saturation]
and [Sharpness] set for each Picture
Style item (p.2-5, p.2-6).
Allows you to select whether the tool palette is displayed as [Docking display]
(within the window) or [Floating display] (another window).
Select a color space for the monitor. If you select the [Monitor profile], click the [Browse] button and
select a profile for the used monitor.
Select a work color space from
5 kinds of color space.
Select a rendering intent (matching
method) when a printing profile has
been set.
Select a rendering intent (matching
method) when a CMYK simulation
profile has been set.
Select a rendering intent (matching
method) for printing with EasyPhotoPrint (p.1-19).
Select a CMYK simulation profile to be used in CMYK simulation. The image is displayed in the
colors of the selected profile and you can simulate the color used when you print in a CMYK
environment such as that of a printer. With this setting, [CMYK] is displayed at the bottom of each
window (p.1-2, p.2-2, p.3-1). The CMYK simulation display can be temporarily canceled in the
edit window (p.2-2) and the edit image window (p.3-1) by holding down the <space> key on the
keyboard.
O When you restart Digital Photo Professional after changing [Default settings of RGB
Tone curve mode] in the [Tool palette] tab sheet or [Default settings of Work color
space] in the [Color management] tab sheet, the setting content is applied. However,
the setting content is not applied to an image which has been edited before a change
was made (p.1-9 to p.1-12, p.2-6 to p.2-8) and which has a [RGB] mark displayed
(p.1-3). Change an individual tone curve with the menu (p.2-7) that appears by
clicking on the tone curve while holding down the <control> key, an individual color
space by selecting the [Adjustment] menu [Work color space] (p.1-9).
O To select a monitor or printer profile, you need to have previously installed the monitor
and printer profiles to be used on the computer. For details on the monitor and printer
profiles to be used, refer to the user manual of each device.
O The specified color space is added to the ICC profile that is embedded in TIFF or
JPEG images that have been converted from RAW images and saved (p.1-15, p.116).
A color space is the reproducible color range (the characteristics of color gamut).
Digital Photo Professional supports the following 5 kinds of color space.
sRGB
: Standard color space for Windows. Widely used for the standard
color space of monitors, digital cameras, and scanners.
Adobe RGB
: A wider color space than sRGB. Mainly used for printing for
business purposes.
Wide Gamut RGB : A wider color space than Adobe RGB.
Apple RGB
: Standard color space for Macintosh. A slightly wider color space
than sRGB.
ColorMatch RGB : A slightly wider color space than sRGB. Mainly used for printing for
business purposes.
O You can select a rendering intent (matching method) from [Perceptual] or
[Colorimetric] for color conversion when printing an image.
Perceptual
: Matching method generally suited to natural images such as
photographs which minutely expresses intermediate colors such as
skin tones and the blue of the sky.
Colorimetric
: Matching method generally suited to graphic-type images such as
photographs which expresses an image in the vivid primary colors
of red, blue and yellow.
O With [CMYK simulation profile], you can simulate the color used when you print in a
CMYK environment such as that of a printer. Digital Photo Professional is compatible
with the following 4 types of printing profiles.
Euro Standard v1.00 : Profile normally used for book printing in Europe, suitable for
simulation of standard European printing.
JMPA v1.10
: Profile normally used for book printing, etc. in Japan, suitable for
simulation of magazine advertising standard color printing.
U.S. Web Coated v1.00 : 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.
Select a printer profile to be used for printing images (p.1-19).
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in the Main Window
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5
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Performing Detailed Edits in the Edit Window
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This chapter describes the functions of the edit window, and how to display
O Click on the item to display its page.
images and perform detailed edits on them.
Displaying the Edit Window .............................................................................. 2-2
Selecting the Image Display Mode.................................................................... 2-3
This chapter describes the functions that you can operate in the edit window only. For
instructions on operating the functions common to those in the main window, refer to the page
described with each item.
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Selecting the Display Size ............................................................................... 2-3
Displaying the Grid Lines ................................................................................. 2-3
Displaying the Edited Image and the Original at the Same Time .................... 2-3
Editing RAW Images .......................................................................................... 2-3
Adjusting the Brightness .................................................................................. 2-3
Adjusting the White Balance ............................................................................ 2-4
Setting Picture Style......................................................................................... 2-5
Editing Images .................................................................................................... 2-6
Adjusting the Tone Curve ................................................................................ 2-7
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You can enlarge a single image and perform detailed edits on it in the edit window.
You can display multiple edit windows and edit them while comparing each of them (up to 36 images can be displayed).
O This chapter describes the functions that you can operate in the edit window only.
For instructions on operating the functions common to those in the main window, refer to the page described with each item.
Double-click a thumbnail
image in the main window.
¿ The edit window appears.
¿ A low resolution image is
displayed first in the edit window,
and then it switches to a high
resolution image.
Edit Window
Menu bar
Displays the [Digital Photo Professional],
[File], [Edit], [View], [Adjustment], [Tools] and
[Window] menus.
The path for the image and
file name are displayed.
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Tool palette
RAW image adjustment tab sheet (p.2-3)
RGB image adjustment tab sheet (p.2-6)
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
O Alternatively, you can display this
window by selecting [File] menu
[Open in Edit window].
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Edits in the Edit
Window
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Image display area
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Displays the coordinates of the
cursor position and the RGB values
(8-bit conversion) of an image.
Displays the operation mode (p.1-20).
Displays the color space ([RAW] is displayed for RAW images)
of the image and the work color space (p.1-9, p.1-21).
When you set CMYK simulation profile (p.1-21), [CMYK] is displayed.
The CMYK simulation display can be canceled temporarily by holding
down the <space> key on the keyboard.
O To display or hide the tool palette, select the [View] menu
O To quit the edit window, select [File] menu
[Tool palette].
[Close Window].
If you set the tool palette to [Docking display] (p.1-21) and
make the edit window large, a thumbnail of the image will be
displayed. (When the tool palette is set to [Floating display]
(p.1-21), the thumbnail image is always displayed.) The
enlarged display position is displayed on the thumbnail and
you can move the display position by dragging.
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For some images, it may take some time to switch to the high resolution image.
O You can select whether the tool palette is displayed as another window or displayed
within the same window (p.1-21).
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-2).
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Selecting the Image Display Mode
Editing RAW Images
You can change the size and method in which images are displayed.
You can perform more detailed edits on RAW images that are supported by Digital Photo
Professional, than in the main window. With RAW image editing (p.2-3 to p.2-6), there is hardly
any of the deterioration which accompanies image editing. You can therefore edit an image
multiple times while preserving the image quality at the time the image was shot.
Selecting the Display Size
You can select the image size from [Fit to window] (Fitting to the image display area), [50%
view], [100% view] (actual pixel size), and [200% view].
Select [View] menu
Select the size to be set.
¿ The image is displayed in the selected size.
O When you display an image in a larger size, you can change the display position by
dragging the image.
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2
Display the RAW image in the edit window (p.2-2).
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Edit the RAW images (p.2-3 to p.2-6).
O When multiple images are displayed, click the image for which you wish to edit to
place it in the top window.
Select the [RAW image adjustment] tab on the tool palette.
You can display grid lines that allow you to check the horizontal or vertical level of the image.
Select [View] menu
[Grid lines].
¿ Grid lines are displayed on the image.
O Performing the same operation again hides the grid lines.
You can specify the grid spacing (p.1-20).
Displaying the Edited Image and the Original at the Same Time
O You can apply edits to other images by copying and pasting the edit data to the other
images (p.1-13).
O You can revert edited images to the last saved settings or shot settings (p.1-14).
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Compare the edited image with the original (see left).
[Before/after comparison].
¿ A split window with the image before and after editing is displayed.
The way the image is displayed can be changed (p.1-20).
Changing the Display Position
Save the edited image (p.1-14).
O You cannot edit PowerShot Pro1 RAW images.
O Before quitting Digital Photo Professional, you must save the edited images (p.1-14).
Select [View] menu
The editing data can be saved in a separate file (p.1-13).
You can adjust the brightness in the range of –2.0 to +2.0 (in 0.01-stop increments when
entering a value).
[Change up/down/left/right].
Drag the slider left or right to adjust the brightness.
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Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Adjust an image while viewing it.
You can also tile images vertically.
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You can display the edited image and the original at the same time.
Select [View] menu
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Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
¿ The [RAW image adjustment] tab
sheet appears.
In the [Fit to window] display, if you double-click a section you want to enlarge, the display
changes to the [100% view] display. If you double-click on the image in the [50% view],
[100% view] or [200% view] display, the display changes to the [Fit to window] display.
Displaying the Grid Lines
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Restores the image to its original settings.
O Performing the same operation again tiles images horizontally.
Enter a value to adjust the brightness.
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Adjusting the White Balance
You can set the white balance with each method.
Selecting the White Balance (p.1-7)
You can set the white balance.
Specifying the Color Temperature (p.1-7)
You can specify the color temperature in the range of 2800 to 10000K (in 100K increments).
Click White Balance Function
Makes white the standard for the point you selected and color in the image is adjusted.
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Click the [Click] button.
Adjusting with the Color Wheel (p.1-8)
You can select a desired color from the color wheel. You can also specify the hue in the range
of 0 to 359 (in 1-stop increments), and the saturation in the range of 0 to 255 (in 1-stop
increments).
Registering Adjusted White Balance
(Personal White Balance)
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You can register up to 3 adjusted white balance data as personal white balance settings.
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2
Adjust the white balance.
3
Select the number of the button to be registered from the list.
4
Click the [OK] button.
¿ When you move the cursor over
the image, the cursor [ ] changes
to [ ].
Click the point where is to be the standard.
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Click the [Register] button.
¿ The [Register personal white
balance] dialog box appears.
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Personal White Balance (p.1-8)
You can apply the registered personal white balance to images.
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¿ The color in the image is adjusted with white as the standard on the point you
selected.
O If you click on another point over the image, the white balance is adjusted again.
O When you finish this operation, click the [Click] button.
O The image is adjusted based on the average value of the range of 5 5 pixels from the
clicked point.
O Even if you have selected a neutral gray point of the image, the result of adjustments is
the same as when you select a white point.
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Setting Picture Style
Selecting a Picture Style
You can set the Picture Style.
Select a Picture Style from the list box.
Applying a Picture Style file
You can load and apply to images Picture Style files downloaded from Canon’s web site and
saved on your computer.
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Click the [Browse] button.
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Select a Picture Style file and click the [Open] button.
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¿ The [Open] window is displayed.
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¿ The Picture Style file is loaded.
Select loaded Picture Style file from the list box.
¿ The loaded Picture Style file is applied to the image.
A Picture Style file is a file that expands the Picture Style function. For detailed information
on Picture Style files, refer to Canon’s web site.
Standard
The image looks vivid, sharp, and crisp.
Landscape
For vivid blues and greens, and very sharp and crisp images.
Adjusting the Shadow and Highlight Points
Portrait
For nice skin tones. The image looks slightly sharp and crisp.
By changing the [Hue] (p.2-6), you can adjust the skin tone.
You can specify the shadow point (the darkest point) and highlight point (the brightest point) to
adjust the gradation of images.
Neutral
For natural colors and subdued images. No sharpness is applied.
Faithful
When the subject is photographed under a color temperature of 5200K, the color
is adjusted colorimetrically to match the subject’s color. No sharpness is applied.
Adjust an image while viewing it.
B/W
For black-and-white images.
(Picture Style file set
in the camera)
Displayed when selecting an image shot with Picture Style file set in the camera.
In the list, the caption name of the Picture Style file set in the camera is displayed
with ( ) attached.
When you move the cursor to the left edge of the graph, the cursor [
Drag the slider right to adjust the shadow point.
[loaded Picture Style
file]
The Picture Style loaded by clicking the [Browse] button is applied.
In the list, the caption name of the Picture Style file loaded by clicking the
[Browse] button is displayed with [ ] attached.
] changes to [
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].
When you move the cursor to
the right edge of the graph, the
cursor [ ] changes to [
].
Drag the slider left to adjust the
highlight point.
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Editing Images
Selecting the Tone Curve
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You can perform various edits on the RAW, JPEG, and TIFF images that are supported by
Digital Photo Professional.
You can select the tone curve.
Select a tone curve while viewing the image.
9 types of tone curve can be selected Checking a checkbox selects
by dragging the slider left or right.
the linear tone curve.
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Display the image in the edit window (p.2-2).
3
Edit the image (p.2-7, p.2-8).
O When multiple images are displayed, click the image for which you wish to edit to
place it on the top window.
Select the [RGB image adjustment] tab on the tool palette.
¿ The [RGB image adjustment] tab sheet
appears.
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and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
You can select [Linear] when you wish to adjust the image separately in image editing
software such as Photoshop.
Adjusting the Hue, Saturation and Sharpness
The hue and saturation can be adjusted in the range of -4 to +4 (in 1-step increments), and
sharpness in the range of 0 to 10 (in 1-step increments).
Also, when [B/W] is selected from the [Picture Style] list box (p.2-5), you can select from 5
types of [Filter effect] displayed ([None], [Yellow], [Orange], [Red], [Green]), and 5 types of
[Toning effect] ([None], [Sepia], [Blue], [Purple], [Green]).
Adjust an image while viewing it.
Drag the slider left or right to
adjust the hue, saturation and
sharpness.
O You can apply edits to other images by copying and pasting the edit data to the other
images (p.1-13).
O You can revert edited images to the last saved settings or shot settings (p.1-14).
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Compare the edited image with the original (p.2-3).
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Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Save the edited image (p.1-14).
Before quitting Digital Photo Professional, you must save the edited images (p.1-14).
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
The editing data can be saved in a separate file (p.1-13).
The set numerical value is displayed.
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Adjusting the Tone Curve
A tone curve shows the brightness and color saturation for the original image (input) and the
adjusted image (output) in the form of a line graph. You can use the tone curve to adjust the
image brightness and color saturation values that were set by the camera automatically when
the shot was taken. Also, you can adjust the input and output of the entire image in a single
operation, or individually adjust the input and output of [R] (Red), [G] (Green) and [B] (Blue).
The horizontal axis shows the brightness and color saturation for the original image (input), with
the left-hand end indicating shadow (darker areas of the image) and the right-hand end
indicating highlights (brighter areas of the image).
The vertical axis shows the brightness and color saturation for the adjusted image (output), with
the lower end indicating shadow and the upper end indicating highlights.
Adjusting the Tone Curve
1
Click the button to select a channel.
2
O Clicking the tone curve shows [
location.
] on the tone curve. Drag [
O You can specify up to 8 points of [
O Double-clicking [
] to your desired
].
] deletes it.
Enter a value to specify
the maximum output.
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When you move the cursor to the top of the graph,
[ ] changes to [ ].
Drag it downward to adjust the highlight point in
the output side.
Horizontal axis: Input level
Vertical axis: Output level
When you move the
cursor to the left edge of
the graph, the cursor [ ]
changes to [
].
Drag the slider right to
adjust the shadow point.
Enter a value to specify
the minimum output.
The settings are applied to the B channel.
The same settings are applied
The settings are applied to the G channel.
to all RGB channels.
The settings are applied to the R channel.
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Adjust the tone curve.
Enter a value in the range of 0 to 247
(in 1-stop increments) to adjust the
shadow point.
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When you move the cursor to
the right edge of the graph, the
cursor [ ] changes to [
].
Drag the slider left to adjust the
highlight point.
Enter a value in the range of 8
to 255 (in 1-stop increments)
to adjust the highlight point.
When you move the cursor to the bottom of the graph,
[ ] changes to [ ].
Drag it upward to adjust the shadow point in the
output side.
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The minimum number of steps between the shadow point and the highlight point is 8.
You can change the tone curve interpolation method (Curve/Straight) or tone curve
modes (RGB R G B/Luminance R G B) from the menu that appears by clicking on a tone
curve while holding down <control> key, or from the [Tool palette] tab sheet in the
[Preferences] dialog box (p.1-21).
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Click White Balance Function
Adjusting the Luminance and Contrast
Makes white the standard for the point you selected and color in the image is adjusted.
You can adjust the luminance and contrast in the range of –100 to +100 (in 1-stop increments
when entering a value).
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Click the [Click] button.
¿ When you move the cursor over the
image, the cursor [ ] changes to [ ].
Adjust an image while viewing it.
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Drag the slider left or right to adjust the luminance and contrast.
Enter a value to adjust the
luminance and contrast.
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Click the point where is to be the standard.
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Adjusting the Hue, Saturation and Sharpness
You can adjust the hue in the range of -30 to +30 (in 1-step increments when entering a value),
the saturation in the range of 0 to 200 (in 1-step increments when entering a value) and the
sharpness in the range of 0 to 500 (in 1-step increments when entering a value).
Adjust an image while viewing it.
Restores the image to its original settings.
Enter a value to adjust the
hue, saturation and
sharpness.
Drag the slider left or right to adjust the hue, saturation sharpness.
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Check Window
¿ The color in the image is adjusted with white as the standard on the point you
selected.
O If you click on another point over the image, the white balance is adjusted again.
O When you finish this operation, click the [Click] button.
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O The image is adjusted based on the value of 1 1 pixels from the clicked point.
O Even if you have selected a neutral gray point of the image, the result of adjustments is
the same as when you select a white point.
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Performing Detailed Edits in the Edit Image Window
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In the edit image window, you can select one image from multiple images and perform detailed edits on the selected image.
O The functions of the edit image window are the same as those of the main window (chapter 1) and of the edit window (chapter 2).
For detailed instructions on operating these functions, refer to the page described with each item.
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2
Select multiple images in the main window.
Menu bar
Click the [Edit image window] button.
Displays the [Digital Photo Professional], [File], [Edit], [View],
[Adjustment], [Tools] and [Window] menus.
¿ The main window switches to the edit image window.
O Alternatively, you can display this window by selecting
[View] menu [Edit in Edit image window].
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Displays the image at 100% (actual pixel size).
O The image clicked in the thumbnail image display area
is displayed in the image display area.
¿ A low resolution image is displayed first, and then it
switches to a high resolution image.
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Edit Image Window
Scales up the image 200%.
The path for the image and
file name are displayed.
Selects the previous image.
Selects the next image.
Toolbar
Rotates the selected image 90° to the left or right.
Saves all the images in a single operation (p.1-16).
Tool palette
RAW image adjustment tab sheet (p.2-3)
RGB image adjustment tab sheet (p.2-6)
The edit image window switches to the main window.
Shows/hides the tool palette.
Displays grid lines on the selected image.
Fits the image in the window.
Scales down the image 50%.
If you set the tool palette to
[Docking display] (p.1-21)
and make the edit image
window large, a thumbnail of
the image will be displayed.
(When the tool palette is set
to [Floating display] (p.1-21),
the thumbnail image is
always displayed.)
The enlarged display
position is displayed on the
thumbnail and you can move
the display position by
dragging.
Thumbnail image display area
Image display area
When you display an image in a larger size, you can
change the display position by dragging the image.
Displays the operation mode (p.1-20).
Displays the coordinates of the cursor position and
the RGB values (8-bit conversion) of an image.
[Change thumbnail position] to change the position of the thumbnail
Displays the color space ([RAW] is displayed
for RAW images) of the image and the work
color space (p.1-9, p.1-21).
When you set CMYK simulation profile (p.1-21),
[CMYK] is displayed. The CMYK simulation
display can be canceled temporarily by holding
down the <space> key on the keyboard.
O To delete an image from the thumbnail image display area, select the [File] menu [Delete from list].
O To quit the edit image window, click the [Main window] button.
For some images, it may take some time to switch to the high resolution image.
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Shows/hides the thumbnail image display area.
O Select the [View] menu
image display area.
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O You can select whether the tool palette is displayed as another window or displayed
within the same window (p.1-21).
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-3).
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Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
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Displaying an Image in the Quick Check Window
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In the quick check window, enlarged images are displayed and they can be quickly viewed and
checked.
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Select multiple images in the main window.
Quick Check Window
Select the [Tool] menu
[Start Quick check tool].
¿ The quick check window appears.
View and check the images.
The path for the image and file
name are displayed.
Click the [OK] button.
Displays a set check mark number.
Scales down the image 50%.
If you have set [50% view], you can
change the display position of an image
by dragging the image.
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Displays the full screen.
To return to the original view, click this button again.
To switch between full screen display/normal screen
display, press the < > + <F11> keys on the keyboard.
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Selects and sets a number from 3 types of
check marks.
Removes all the check marks.
Rotates the image 90° to the left or right.
Displays the next image.
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Image Window
Displays the previous image.
Image display area
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Image in the Quick
Check Window
Applies specified settings to the image and
closes the quick check window.
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O You can also specify each setting or switch between full screen/normal screen from
the menu that appears by clicking on the window while holding down the <control>
key.
O For information on shortcut keys, refer to the “Shortcut List” (p.5-2).
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This chapter provides troubleshooting, the instructions on uninstalling Digital Photo
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O Click on the item to display its page.
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Troubleshooting
Uninstalling the Software
If you could not complete the installation correctly, Digital Photo Professional does not work, or
could not display images with Digital Photo Professional, consult the items described below.
O Log into the account used when installation was performed.
O Quit any applications before uninstalling Digital Photo Professional.
O When you have moved the folders to be deleted to the Trash, select [Finder] menu [Empty
Trash] to empty the Trash. You cannot reinstall Digital Photo Professional until you have
emptied the Trash.
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and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
Display the folder containing the [Digital Photo Professional]
folder.
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Edits in the Edit
Window
Installation failed.
O Are you logged into an account other than the Administrator account?
You cannot install software unless you are logged into an account with Administrator
privileges. Log in again into an account with Administrator privileges.
For how to log in and how to specify Administrator settings, refer to the User’s Manual for
the Macintosh computer you are using or for OS X.
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O Open the [Canon Utilities] folder.
Digital Photo Professional does not work.
O Does your computer meet the system requirements for Digital Photo
Professional?
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Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Check the system requirements (p.0-2).
O Is there enough RAM (memory)?
Check the system requirements (p.0-2).
O Is the screen resolution less than [1024 768]?
Specify [1024 768] or more for the screen resolution (p.0-2).
O Is the color less than [Thousands]?
Specify [Thousands] or more for the color (p.0-2).
O Are multiple applications running?
Quit any applications other than Digital Photo Professional. Even if your computer has
the RAM capacity (memory) described in system requirements (p.0-2), if other
application is running at the same time as Digital Photo Professional, you may not have
sufficient RAM (memory).
O Is the preferences file for Digital Photo Professional corrupted?
The preferences file for Digital Photo Professional may be damaged. Quit any
applications that are running, delete the preferences file from the [Preferences] folder
using the following procedure, and then restart Digital Photo Professional.
Open the hard disk drive where the system is saved the [Users] folder Folder for the
logged in user the [Library] folder the [Preferences] folder and then delete
[com.canon.Digital Photo Professional.plist].
For Macintosh operating systems OS X 10.2, double-click the startup disk click the
[Home] button the [Library] folder to open the [Preferences] folder and delete
[com.canon.Digital Photo Professional.plist].
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3
Move the [Digital Photo Professional] folder to the Trash.
Select [Finder] menu
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Image in the Quick
Check Window
[Empty Trash].
¿ The [Digital Photo Professional] folder is deleted.
O When uninstallation ends, restart your computer.
You cannot retrieve data that you have emptied into the Trash and deleted, so be
particularly careful when deleting data.
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Could not display images with Digital Photo Professional.
O Did you try to display images other than the image types that are supported
by Digital Photo Professional?
Check the supported images (p.0-2).
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Shortcut Key List
Main Window
Operation
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Edit Window
Key
Operation
Operation
Key
Key
Operation
Key
Preferences
+,
Select RAW photos only
option +
+A
Preferences
+,
Fit to window
+4
Hide Digital Photo
Professional
+H
Select check mark1 photos
only
option +
+1
Hide Digital Photo
Professional
+H
50% view
+1
Select check mark2 photos
only
option +
+2
Hide Others
Quit Digital Photo
Professional
option +
+H
+Q
Select check mark3 photos
only
option +
+3
Open in Edit window
+O
Copy recipe to clipboard
option +
+C
Open Window
+N
Paste recipe to selected
photo
option +
+V
Close window
+W
Edit in Edit image window
+
Add recipe and save
+S
Large thumbnail
+1
Add recipe and save as
shift +
+S
Middle thumbnail
+2
Add thumbnail to image
and save
shift +
+T
Small thumbnail
+3
Convert and save
+D
Thumbnail with information
+4
Batch process
+B
Rotate left
+L
Create New Folder
shift +
+N
Rotate right
+R
Page setup
shift +
+P
Add check mark1
+ F1
Print
+P
Add check mark2
+ F2
Print with Easy-PhotoPrint
+E
Add check mark3
+ F3
Remove check mark
+ F4
Delete
+ delete
+3
Close Window
+W
Rotate left
+L
Add recipe and save
+S
Rotate right
+R
Add check mark1
+ F1
Add check mark2
+ F2
Add check mark3
+ F3
+ F4
Add recipe and save as
shift +
+S
+D
shift +
+P
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+P
Remove check mark
Info display
+I
Start Trimming tool
option +
+T
Start Stamp tool
option +
+S
Copy recipe to clipboard
option +
+C
Paste recipe to selected
photo
option +
+ V Minimize Window
+T
+M
Cancel CMYK simulation
(only functions while
holding down the key)
space
Copy
+C
Start Trimming tool
option +
+T
Paste
+V
Start Stamp tool
option +
+S
Select all
+A
Start Rename tool
option +
+R
Key
Operation
Key
Switch between full screen/
normal screen
+ F11
Rotate left
+L
Switch back to normal
screen
esc
Rotate right
+R
Switch between 50% view/
fit to window
+ F10
Display the first image
home
Add check mark1
+ F1
Display the last image
end
Add check mark2
+ F2
Display the previous image
+
Add check mark3
+ F3
Display the next image
+
Remove check mark
+ F4
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Print
Operation
+F
+M
200% view
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Quick Check Window
option +
Minimize Window
+2
+Q
Show/hide
Tool palette
Start Quick check tool
+A
+ H 100% view
Quit Digital Photo
Professional
Page setup
+I
shift +
option +
Convert and save
Info display
Clear all
Hide Others
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Edit Image Window
Operation
Key
Operation
Key
Preferences
+,
Return to main window
+
Hide Digital Photo
Professional
+H
Show/hide Tool palette
+T
Hide Others
option +
+ H Fit to window
+Q
50% view
+1
Close Window
+W
100% view
+2
Add recipe and save
+S
200% view
+3
Rotate left
+L
shift +
+S
Convert and save
+D
Rotate right
+R
Batch process
+B
Add check mark1
+ F1
Add check mark2
+ F2
Page setup
shift +
+P
Print
+P
Add check mark3
+ F3
Print with Easy-PhotoPrint
+E
Remove check mark
+ F4
Delete from list
+ delete
+I
Info display
Operation
+4
Quit Digital Photo
Professional
Add recipe and save as
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Trimming Window
Start Stamp tool
option +
+S
Paste recipe
option +
+V
Cancel CMYK simulation
(only functions while
holding down the key)
Switch back to normal
screen
Display the next image
+
Reset the trimming range
Operation
+T
+ C Minimize Window
+
+ F11
esc
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delete
Close the trimming window
without saving the settings
+W
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Key
Operation
Key
Switch between full screen/
normal screen
+ F11
Revert to the original
condition before any
option +
corrections were performed
+Z
Switch back to normal
screen
esc
Set the radius of the copy
destination or correction
range in 5 pixel units
option +
option +
+ ,
+
+ ,
+
Display the previous image
+
Set the radius of the copy
destination or correction
range in 1 pixel units
shift +
shift +
Display the next image
+
Select copy source* (only
functions when in 100%
view)
option + click
control + drag
+M
space
Key
Copy Stamp Window
option +
option +
Operation
Display the previous image
Switch between full screen/
normal screen
Start Trimming tool
Copy recipe to clipboard
Key
Copy the content of the
corrections
+C
Change the display
position after copy source
is selected (only functions
when in 100% view)
Paste the content of the
corrections copied (only
functions when an image
with the same number of
pixels for length and width
is selected)
+V
Set the pen type to brush*
1
Redo the previous
correction
+Y
Set the pen type to pencil*
2
Redo all the corrections
Undo the previous action
option +
+Y
Change the display
position briefly
+Z
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Adjusting the Brightness ........................... 1-9
Exiting Digital Photo Professional ............. 1-2
Original at the Same Time .................... 2-3
Tool Palette
Adjusting the Brightness (RAW) ........ 1-9, 2-3
Exiting the Edit Image Window ................. 3-1
Displaying the Grid Lines ...................... 2-3
RAW image adjustment tab
Adjusting the Tone Curve ......................... 2-7
Exiting the Edit Window ............................ 2-2
Selecting the Display Size .............2-3, 3-1
sheet ............................................. 2-2, 3-1
Adjusting the Hue, Saturation and
Sharpness ............................................ 2-8
Adjusting the Luminance and Contrast 2-8
Adjusting the Tone Curve ..................... 2-7
Click White Balance Function ............... 2-8
Adjusting the White Balance ............. 1-6, 2-4
Adjusting with the Color Wheel ..... 1-8, 2-4
Click White Balance Function ........ 1-8, 2-4
Personal White Balance ................ 1-8, 2-4
Registering Adjusted White Balance
F
Function Window Configuration ................ 0-3
H
Handling the Folders ................................ 1-4
I
Information Displayed with Images ........... 1-3
M
Main Features ........................................... 0-2
Main Window ............................................ 1-2
(Personal White Balance) ..................... 2-4
P
Selecting the White Balance ......... 1-7, 2-4
Printing Images ....................................... 1-19
Specifying the Color Temperature . 1-7, 2-4
Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint ............. 1-19
Selecting the Image Display Mode (Main
RGB image adjustment tab
Window)
sheet ............................................. 2-2, 3-1
Displaying Image Information ............... 1-6
Transferring Images to Image Editing
Displaying the Edit Image Window ....... 1-6
Software
Displaying the Edit Window .................. 1-6
Transferring Multiple Images to Image
Displaying the Quick Check Window .... 1-6
Editing Software ..................................1-18
Image with Information Display ............. 1-5
Transferring One Image to
Selecting the Thumbnail Size ............... 1-5
Photoshop ...........................................1-18
Sorting Images ...................................... 1-5
Trimming Images ....................................1-10
Setting Picture Style
Trimming Window ...................................1-10
Adjusting the Hue, Saturation and
Troubleshooting ........................................5-1
Sharpness ............................................. 2-6
U
Adjusting the Shadow and Highlight
Uninstalling the Software ..........................5-1
Q
Points .................................................... 2-5
Quick Check Window ............................... 4-1
Applying a Picture Style file .................. 2-5
Copying Recipes and Applying to Other
Operation ................................................ 1-17
R
Selecting a Picture Style ....................... 2-5
Images ................................................1-13
Copy Stamp Window ..................... 1-11, 1-12
Reverting Edited Images to Their Original
Correcting Images
Condition
C
Changing File Names in a Single
Setting Picture Styles
Selecting the Tone Curve ..................... 2-6
Copy Stamp ........................................ 1-12
Reverting to Last Saved Settings ....... 1-14
Repairing ............................................ 1-11
Reverting to Shot Settings .................. 1-14
Copy Stamp Window ............................ 5-3
Rotating Images ....................................... 1-2
Edit Image Window ............................... 5-3
Deleting Images ....................................... 1-5
S
Edit Window .......................................... 5-2
Displaying Images .................................... 1-3
Saving Edited Images
D
Displaying Images in EOS Capture ........ 1-19
Adding a Thumbnail of the Image ....... 1-14
Displaying the Edit Image Window ........... 3-1
Converting and Saving Images in a Single
Trimming Window ................................. 5-3
Displaying the Quick Check Window ........ 4-1
Converting and Saving RAW Images while
Specifying Preferences ........................... 1-20
E
Renaming Them ................................. 1-15
Starting up Digital Photo Professional ...... 1-2
Edit Image Window .................................. 3-1
Saving and Renaming ........................ 1-14
Supported Images .................................... 0-2
Edit Window ............................................. 2-2
Saving by Overwriting ......................... 1-14
System Requirements .............................. 0-2
Window, Edit Image Window)
Displaying Thumbnail Images
and Performing Basic Edits
in the Main Window
1
2
3
4
5
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Window
Performing Detailed
Edits in the Edit
Image Window
Displaying an
Image in the Quick
Check Window
Reference
Quick Check Window ............................ 5-2
Operation (Batch-processing) ............. 1-16
Editing RAW Images ......................... 1-6, 2-3
Saving the Recipes .............................1-13
Main Window ........................................ 5-2
Displaying the Edit Window ...................... 2-2
Selecting the Image Display Mode (Edit
Loading and Pasting Recipes .............1-13
Shortcut Key List
Specifying Color Space ............................ 1-9
Editing Images ................................... 1-9, 2-6
Using Edits (Recipe Data)
Introduction
Index
5-4
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