Should I go RAW only?

Started Jan 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
Tony Beach
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Re: on purpose
In reply to canonagain123, Jan 31, 2014

canonagain123 wrote:

You lose a lot of information in both highlights and shadows if you always expose correctly

Don't play their game. They want to constrain "correct" to what works for a JPEG setting engineered to protect highlights, it's like they're putting speed limit signs on a race course.

Clearly many don't understand how to take advantage of Raw which is the underlying premise for shooting both Raw and JPEG.  Many contend that Raw is for those that are careless.  If that was the case then you would think Raw would only be available in consumer cameras whereas many of the most consumer oriented cameras (the Point and Shoots) have no Raw option -- go figure.

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