The RAW vs JPEG debate

Started Nov 17, 2012 | Discussions thread
seilerbird666
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Re: The RAW vs JPEG debate
In reply to Alfred Molon, Nov 18, 2012

Alfred Molon wrote:

If you set up your camera properly, a large proportion of the JPEGs need no post-processing. We have to get away from this mindset that camera JPEGs are useless thrash. Some are, but many are not.

That is pure fantasy. Just about every out of camera jpg I see needs post processing. It is not that in camera jpgs are useless trash. That is a stupid statement. In camera jpgs can almost always be improved by post processing. Which is why so many people shoot RAW. It improves what comes out of the camera. If you are happy with your in camera jpgs then I am happy for you. But you need to understand that many people have much higher standards than you do.

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