Should I go RAW only?

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That's the best approach
In reply to Tony Beach, 10 months ago

Tony Beach wrote:


I always try to make a really good photo, so with every shot I take that's my intention. That being the case, and since I approach the shot differently using Raw than I would using JPEG SOOC, I always just shoot Raw and skip JPEG.

Now sometimes I generate a load of photos that someone else wants to cull through, so while the approach I outlined takes perhaps a minute or so per photo and is not much for one photo taken in isolation, that approach can add up to a lot of time for lots of photos. This is when I go to batch processing where all the photos have the same default settings and quick JPEGs are generated for someone else to view. After they get back to me with their selections as well as requests (output size, remove a spot on mom's dress, etc.) then I go back to the Capture One and use the approach I outlined above to make the best photo I can for them.

That's the approach I've found best as well!

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