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| p.1 #3 · Sharpen in DPP or Elements? |
Thanks so much for the reply Alan, I really appreciate you taking the time..I use DPP to view and lightly edit the RAW file. Now that I've purchased the title "Understanding DPP" by Andrew Gibson I can do further editing on the fly with a clearer understanding as to the functions. In the section on converting files to jpeg and tiff, he made the reference to any further edits required with additional software to include Elements. I think some of the selection tools allows for a bit more flexibility if needed. I do however plan on exercising more of the tools in DPP to include the use of the sharp/unsharp tools. I might find as you suggested that DPP may be an all in one for me with the exception of light edits in Elements. I've yet to really dig into DPP and find out what works best for me. There's just so much info out on the web about sharpening and color management, and I'm basically just getting started...Again, thanks for the reply!