Canon Digital Photo Professional Video Tutorials – 1 Get organised



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Digital Photo Professional Video Tutorials

Welcome to the Digital Photo Professional video tutorial section! CPN writer and software expert George Cairns unpacks Canon’s popular workflow software and explains key components with video demonstrations on how it can make a difference to your RAW workflow.

We will be publishing one video per week over the next 11 weeks, looking at particular elements of the software, with each video accompanied by a pdf mini guide which includes the the images used in the tutorial. Collect all 11 guides to build up the ultimate DPP library!

Simply click on each video below as they are added each week and learn more about the software and how it can make a difference to your photography!

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11 thoughts on “Canon Digital Photo Professional Video Tutorials – 1 Get organised

  • June 23, 2021 at 11:32
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    His voice has a tendency to trail off at the end of a sentence, very annoying. And he spoke way too fast for a beginner tutorial.

  • June 23, 2021 at 11:32
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    This is a tutorial for beginners? Way, Way too fast. It would be good to know HOW we can bring in images we have elsewhere

  • June 23, 2021 at 11:32
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    Hi Chris 
    thanks for great vid on dpp, please can you help explain why i can see focus point squares in quick view but never a highlighted red one where i have focused? as in your example, 5d mk4 and 24/105,  thanks

  • June 23, 2021 at 11:32
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    Can you please let me know when the other 6 Videos in this set developed by Canon Europe and George Cairns will be available.

  • June 23, 2021 at 11:32
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    This is great!
    I really like the DPP Software, which I have been using sine my EOS400D. Now with my daughters 750D and my own 6D (and I new laptop with a high resolution screen) I have upgraded to DDP4.
    I am looking forward especially on how to use the new "Color tab", and how it can be used to do better Black-and-white conversion than just selecting the "Monochrome Picturestyle" and may "BW filters" in DPP.
    Nice video – thanks a lot.

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