Should I go RAW only?

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LeeStar
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Re: Should I go RAW only?
In reply to IGotShot, Feb 2, 2014

Well, you know, I prefer to shoot both for everyday  purposes.  The RAW are like my negatives and get saved into a special folder on my computer.  The best shots I want to work on are then available for me.  The shots mixed in of Aunt Berta and her parakeet, well, I just want to do a quick upload to Facebook.  For those having a jpeg from the camera is quick and easy.   On the other hand, if I'm going on a trip specifically or mainly to do photography, I usually shoot only RAW.  But then the idea of batch processing gives me the hives.  I must do each image individually, to get the exact look that I want for that specific one.

Lee

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