RAW and JPG files

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Bob Tullis
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Re: RAW and JPG files
In reply to brycesteiner, 7 months ago

brycesteiner wrote:

photofan1986 wrote:

As the others suggested, you should trash such a bad exposed picture.

However, if you insist, here is the best I can do, for a small print it should look ok.

Oh, I didn't keep it at all. It was just the first shot that after coming from a sports event. The other pictures are near perfect from the JPGs.

I was just seeing how people get results from RAW when the picture is a completely failure on exposure, and this was a good example.

Did you use the RAW or JPG? How did you get the detail if it is RAW. I don't seem to be able to pull this out in Aperture.

RAW. JPG breaks down much more readily than this broke down. In LR Exposure (brightness) was raised to +5, Shadows and Highlights both brought to +100,  a nice arc for further brightening with the center of he Tone Curve was also applied, and about 50 was dialed in for NR. Temp: 3375 / Tint +11. View full sized for best viewing of those results.

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