Should I go RAW only?

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Lanidrac
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Re: Ask yourself
In reply to Tony Beach, 3 months ago

Tony Beach wrote:

Lanidrac wrote:

Its a hassle shooting only raw

Getting optimal image quality is more of a hassle than just settling, that's for sure. The only time I shoot JPEG is when I want to check my sensor for dust.

Well good for you. Want a star?

and does not make you a better photographer doing so.

I consider post-processing to be part of photography -- so yes, being better at that can indeed make you a better photographer.

Thats like saying "I can take a lousy photo and fix it later because I shoot raw". Nonsense. If you use any DSLR, you need to PP to get the most out a photo! Shooting jpeg until you have a good handle regarding your camera and not just shooting in Auto all the time, is smarter than filling up your drive space with huge crappy RAW pics.

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