Should I go RAW only?

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Re: Do selective NR
In reply to AlphaTikal, 6 months ago

AlphaTikal wrote:

canonagain123 wrote:

and last but not least: drag the hue slider all the way to one extreme (pick one)

on both the JPG and the RAW.

Are you doing that with all of your images? In real life images without extreme editing, there is no difference in "sharpness" and details, what the lens and sensor can resolve. That was what we was talking before. Off courese there are OTHER limits of JPEG, like 8-bit. But that is an another story. Your example is not practical. Why don't you show us?

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Why don't I start shooting JPGs just for you? I don't need to, there are plenty of image series showing raw vs jpg comparisons! http://www.prophotoshow.net/2010/04/30/jpeg-vs-raw-example-conclusion/ like that one, though only on one point (DR and HLR) http://lmgtfy.com/?q=raw+vs+jpg+samples http://lmgtfy.com/?q=raw+vs+jpg+latitude+samples

Do I do EC for all my images?  Yes! Do I do selective NR to all my images? All the ones above a certain ISO, all the ones that need it! WB correction? always and then some, after all, I don't strive for neutral, I strive for appropriate!

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