RAW Photography

Started Jan 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
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That Depends
In reply to Yochi23, Jan 31, 2013

Yochi23 wrote:

Thanks for all the replies.

I am still trying to figure out if one can really see the difference in photographing in RAW or in JPEG...

Can you? Really?


That depends on how you are processing the raw pictures, since I use a good program for processing the raw and adding sharpening and NR, then yes I can. If you want to adjust shadows, highlights and colour then again you will notice the difference.

I started off shooting jpeg, but wish I had not, as I only shoot raw now, since it's easy enough to batch convert the files on your PC to jpeg if you want.

I shoot 14 bit uncompressed with the D7000 because the file size isn't really an issue for me so I go with the highest quality.

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