Download Canon Digital Photo Professional 3.1 today

I don’t think it is new news to you if I tell you that the Canon EOS 40D ships with Canon Digital Photo Professional ” ((“or DPP”))” version 3.1. However this version ships only with the 40D and is not available for download through Canon website.

However if, like myself, you don’t own the 40D you can still get your hands on DPP 3.1 (Windows version only tho), and the good thing is that this version will install on a clean system even if you don’t have any previous versions of DPP installed.
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Get this “Kinder Surprise” Photoshop action

Today I am sharing with you a really cool Adobe Photoshop action I called it “Kinder Surprise” simply because I am not going to tell you what it does.

Sorry guys but I have to play by the rules since his author, Mike Warren, himself named it “surprise action” but I think you most of you will enjoy it.

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Bug in the latest Adobe update?

Just a couple of hours I posted about the latest Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Lightroom update that is supposed to bring RAW support to new cameras like the Canon EOS 40D.

As you can imagine this update was received with great enthusiasm by all Adobe Photoshop and Abobe lightroom users.

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Adobe adds Canon 40D RAW support

Adobe released sometime during the night an update for Adobe Camera RAW 4,2, AKA ACR, and Adobe Lightroom V1.2 adding support to some camera raw formats and notably the Canon EOS 40D

Newly supported cameras for Camera Raw 4 and Lightroom 1

Support for the following cameras has been added from Camera Raw 4.1 to 4.2 and Lightroom 1.1 to 1.2
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The way ACR should have always been

Recently Adobe has released Camera Raw 4.1, and what was expected to be a small update turned out to be a major one.

ACR ” ((“Adobe Camera Raw”))” is loaded with new features and new functionality, such as a series of enhancements in the sharpening controls, a new control called Clarity, enhanced noise reduction and two new defringing controls in lens correction.
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