Should I go RAW only?

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Michel J
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Re: Should I go RAW only?
In reply to Michel J, 10 months ago

Michel J wrote:

Colin Franks wrote:

The enormous latitude for adjusting exposure

No offense, but this is a pure myth. Shooting raw require the same perfect adjustment. If not, you would not need an histogram in-camera!

alone is reason enough to shoot Raw only (except maybe for fluffy, unimportant quickie shots).

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Michel J
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People who have a "extra-life" can shoot raw, they have to have for achieve post-production (and because the HQ in-camera .jpeg are yet difficult to duplicate, so they are good).

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