I Will Not Shot in RAW

Started May 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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soapstar Regular Member • Posts: 242
Re: What a coincidence...
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Marco Nero wrote:

This about sums it up...

I don't use RAW either.  Especially with Cameras of today's generation.  The Canon JPEG engine is so good now that you can usually get a VERY clean file out of it.  If you want to raise hidden shadow detail or lower details hidden in the highlights, you can usually do that with the JPEG if you really need to, epsecially on the recent models.  A lot of Canon 5D III users are now shooting in JPEG these days for this reason.

Still, if you shoot weddings or something that risk blown out highlights in direct sunlight, RAW might be useful to you.  Otherwise, I don't see the fuss these days for the average non-pro user unless they just enjoy tinkering with their photographs for pleasure.

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Regards,
Marco Nero.
www.pbase.com/nero_design

i just dont understand this. If i use the camera jpeg there is always jpeg artifacts and halos clearly visible. The only way to get a clean image for me is via raw.

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