Should I go RAW only?

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knickerhawk
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Re: The ultimate reason not to shoot both
In reply to AlphaTikal, 8 months ago

AlphaTikal wrote:

That includes post process. And with such heavy post, raw is much different than jpeg. Thats right. But his initial posting sounded different (to me).
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No, I was talking about ETTR, which is just another term for setting exposure for optimal raw processing.  For me (and others who shoot raw), there's no point in exposing in a way that may make the in-camera jpeg look properly exposed but at the same time fails to take advantage of what the greater DR lattitude of shooting raw offers.

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