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Canon’s Digital Photo Professional (DPP) is a free, and surprisingly powerful, image organising and editing application that ships in the box with every EOS camera.You’ll find DPP on the EOS Digital Solution Disk alongside other very useful Canon developed software, such as EOS Utility.CPN writer George Cairns takes a closer look at the capabilities of the DPP software up to version 3.13.0.If you consider your RAW images files as digital negatives then, like traditional negatives, they need to be processed in order to reveal their true colours and tones.DPP has all the digital darkroom tools you’ll need to claw back highlight or shadow details, banish colour casts and crop to improve composition.Digital Photo Professional is specially designed to work closely with your Canon EOS camera and lenses, thus enabling you to correct more challenging problems such as chromatic aberration and lens-related artifacts such as distortion and vignetting.In this article we’ll take you on a comprehensive tour of the powerful features of this Canon image processing software.At the time of writing the latest incarnation of Digital Photo Professional software is version 3.13.0, but it’s well worth keeping DPP up to date.

If you’ve got an older version of DPP already installed on your computer it’s free to update it.Indeed, if you’ve lost your software disk, you can download and install DPP for free.To download an update for DPP (or install it from scratch) just click here for the Canon Europe Download Centre, then select your product type and camera model details and select the software option.The menu will offer a variety of downloads such as Image Browser EX, EOS Utility and EOS Digital Solution Disk Software, so scroll down and click on the appropriate link to download DPP for Mac or Windows.While you’re there, you can also download a copy of the EOS Utility software.

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