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Jiri12

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  1. Try your picture now. It was saved in DPP4 IMG_4841.CR2
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    Tiling when opening RAW files

    Hi Thomas! I canceled all Adobe SW after first try of Affinity Photo, but... But I have still a lot of problem in Develop Persona with Canon CR2. I love AP, but for Canon CR2 raw development I use only Canon SW :-). So now, I use Canon DPP 4 (this SW you have free with your camera) for development and then Affinity Photo. In DPP you can change a lot of think which you cannot in AP, e.g. Picture style, etc. My workflow: In DPP: 1. white balance, 2. lens correction, 3. raw cropping, 4. you can change Picture style (in my job mainly to Fine Detail), 5. try contrast, then save as tiff 16 bit, 300 dpi, Wide Gamut RGB. Then in AP sometimes a lot of adjustments (also in Wide Gamut), e.g. in Photo persona, Liquify persona, etc. Then export to pdf or tif or jpg. In my experience (with Adobe and Affinity), for developing Canon raw nothing compare Canon software.
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    Canon Raw-Files EOS 6d Mark II

    Hi! My job is also a reproduction of paintings, graphics, etc. I use mainly Canon EOS 5D III and professional lenses. In the past I used Photoshop and Adobe Camera raw. Adobe had a very good result, but you cannot change Picture style and other specific Canon staff. But now I canceled all Adobe SW and use only Canon DPP 4 for development and then Affinity Photo. Excelent! In DPP: 1. white balance, 2. lens correction, 3. raw cropping (with some additional edges), 4. change Picture style (in my job mainly to Fine Detail), 5. try contrast, then save as tiff 16 bit, 300 dpi, Wide Gamut RGB. Then in AP a lot of adjustments also in Wide Gamut - in Photo persona, Liquify persona, etc. Export to pdf in CMYK or tif in Wide Gamut or jpg in RGBs... I love AP, but for Canon raw development I use only Canon SW :-)
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    Canon Raw-Files EOS 6d Mark II

    My experience with Canon: forget for Develop persona in AP, you will lose quality. Much more better is to use for raw file the original Canon Digital Photo Professional 4, which you have free with your camera => better quality, posibility to change Picture Style in DPP4, etc. etc. DPP is also better than Adobe Bridge. Save as tiff file after development in DPP4 and then use AP, which is for after job better than Photoshop. This is the best process for Canon raw, without any stupid Adobe tool. :-))
  5. My business is (also) reproduction of paintings for books. And I need exact colour management, starting with colour reference card on the photo of painting, etc. I simply canceled all Adobe applications, because I love AP, but now I have serious problem during raw processing in AP, mainly becauce of white balance, but not only. So my work flow now is to process all RAWs in the Canon Digital Photo Professional and just after that only open the tiff in the AP. :-(( Maybe I need more practice :-)
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    Resizing image dpi

    Thanks a lot! It works.
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    Resizing image dpi

    And why, if I resize tiff or jpg from 72 to 300 dpi and Save, in the next opening is back to 72 dpi?
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