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You can't. Lightroom (LR) ignores the in camera settings that were in effect at the time the photo was taken and applies its own preset or auto settings. I'm a Canon shooter. When I first open a Canon raw .cr2 file with Canon's in-house raw convertor, Digital Photo Professional (DPP), the application applies the in-camera settings that were active at the ...


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In theory the camera manufacturer can make the processing exactly the same or completely different since they have full control over what goes into the camera and the raw processor. It's both "common knowledge" and "common sense" that the in-camera an stand alone raw convertor from the same company will produce the same results, except for the converter ...


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In theory it should be possible to make RAW-conversion, using the brand's own conversion tool, exactly match the in-camera JPEG. In real life you can get very close but not excactly the same. RAW-conversion software may be of different update version, or in-camera conversion process is using such gimmicks that you can't reproduce by yourself even if the ...


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If you save your JPEG files at high quality settings and in the same resolution as the RAW files, you should not notice any additional blurring when converting and saving them. After all, what you are viewing on your screen when you are working with RAW files is an 8-bit conversion of the RAW file that is very similar to a JPEG. It sounds like your Image ...


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The scale of 0 to 120 is a percentage value. At 100% the amount of correction should in theory be exactly enough to equalize brightness across the entire field of view if the photograph was taken of a uniformly bright field. Depending on the particular lens in question, the 'compact' lens profile loaded into the camera at the time the image is shot may or ...


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I'm a regular user of Canon's Digital Photo Professional 4 and I've never noticed any such way to do click on a spot to automatically do it. Perhaps an easier way to identify when a particular spot is at a certain luminance level is to enable 'Show highlight/shadow warning'. This can be done via the 'Preview' menu, by clicking on the "curves" ...


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Color management is a chain with several different links. Each link needs its own profile. The 'For Display' setting in the DPP 4 [Preferences → Color Management] section that asks about monitor profile affects how the computer's graphics adapter sends colors to the monitor. It has no effect on the inner workings of DPP 4 itself. If you select 'Use the OS ...


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You have to save them. The easiest way to apply changes to all edited images I found is to switch the working directory - DPP asks you to save changes to all edited files then. It is very annoying, since the program tends to crash frequently, so it is easy to loose hours of work if you work on a large picture set and don't save the changes.


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I don't have a recipe auto applied, although when I've finished the import I do "Read and paste recipe from file" to everything. Note that recipe files for Digital Photo Professional version 3 and earlier (.vrd files) are not compatible with DPP 4 (.dr4 files) and vice versa. Whatever you do to a file with an earlier version of DPP is not applied when you ...


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Is there any way to enable lossless TIFF compression in Canon Digital Photo Professional? No. If not, have Canon explained why they don't support TIFF compression? No. Do professional photographers tend to maintain their TIFF library without compression? Most professional photographers I know save RAW files and the final file in whatever format they ...


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