Hello, I have a Canon T2i and I use DPP for editing. I've been shooting photos in RAW, tweaking them in Digital Photo Professional, and then using the "Convert/Save" button to (hopefully) save my edits of the RAW file in JPG form. However, I think there's something I'm missing. Based upon my experience so far, it seems my sharpening tweaks aren't making it to the the new JPG file. I've done some research and I've found some mentions that, in order to save sharpened JPGs from RAW files, one has to first convert to a TIFF, sharpen, and convert to JPG, OR convert from RAW to JPG, sharpen, then convert the JPG to JPG again. The former is an extra step, and the latter involves double conversion in lossy JPG. 1. Is there a way to use DPP to sharpen a RAW file and then directly save these sharpened results in a JPG file using DPPs onboard "Convert/Save" button? 2. If no to the above, what is the best procedure to sharpen RAW files and then make them into JPGs? 3. If I adjust exposure, brightness, or color on a RAW file in DPP, are those changes reflected in the resulting JPG, or is sharpen the only feature that needs a "double conversion", for lack of a better term? 4. Why exactly are RAW files so soft in their native form? Thanks!