Why you should shoot RAW: an example

Started Feb 13, 2009 | Discussions thread
OP Docno Veteran Member • Posts: 4,874
Shadows on the walls still not there

Look at the original conversion... there are distinct shadows on the walls where there stars are. They still don't appear in your edited jpeg....

Dayo wrote:
I spent a few seconds on the image just to show that the main washed
out areas of the blown out white wall and the orangy column could
easily be fixed in the jpeg.

The "washed out" green as well. Iron work a bit trickier but doesn't
seem too bad to me.

Point is that there is a point to shooting jpeg if one wants to.

Ken_5D wrote:

Not really you made the whites nice.. but the greens and the iron
work are still washed out.
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