Last week review 10-2018 and the weather is warmer but a lot more wet 😉
Actually i would have report on my new tablet the Huawei Mediapad M3 this week, but i have to do this next week, because the SIM and the SD memory card i ordered came too late, but i wnated to try out the mobileconnection and the handling of the external memory before i do the post.
So in my series about the different raw converters i did a post on Canon’s raw converter DPP, wich is free of charge but can handle Canon’s raw files only.
DPP is a raw converter only without any management functions, but the software offers the main image processing features you probably need or at least begin with. Functions included are local corrections but also changing of saturation, exposure, white balance and so on.
In addition there is an HDR function implemented to merge 2 or more images to an HDR image.
For the output DPP only can do JPEG and 8 or 16 bit Tiff files which includes change in dimensions and with JPEG files you can reduce output quality to reduce the size of the exported image.
DPP is a very good base raw converter without any outstanding functions, but the editor is destructive, because changes like on contrast or brightness lead to a change in the raw file.
As i already mentioned i’ll publish my article on the Huawei Mediapad M3 next week, but the Huawei family got another member, because after 3 years of using the Samsung S6 smartphone i decided to get a new smartphone, sin ce the rechargable battery has power for less than a day. Buying a new smartphone i choosed the new Huawei Mate 10 pro.
But anyway this was an interesting week and I hope you like the blog posts and i’m looking forward to your questions and comments.