Should I go RAW only?

Started 11 months ago | Discussions thread
Michel J
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Re: Yes, you should
In reply to John De Bord Photography, 10 months ago

John De Bord Photography wrote:

I used to shoot both RAW and jpeg but in the end, all it did was fill up my HD and my card faster. I switched several years ago to RAW only. I also convert all my images to DNG from RAW which allows for some nice hard drive space saved and I don't lose IQ. Honestly, don't listen to the jpeg shooters here, this argument is ages old and the debate has long been won by RAW. In the end, you'll save space, hard to go wrong.

Given the very low cost of HD storage today, is hardly a valid argument.

Anyway, .RAW only, .JPEG only or RAW+JPEG, the last word goes to each user according to their needs ...

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Michel J
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