Please start using RAW

Started Apr 17, 2009 | Discussions thread
OP Garrett_P Regular Member • Posts: 347
Re: What you should take home from Ricardo's post...

PDXguy wrote:

Don't let RAW get in the way of you learning to understand, light,
shadow and exposure, and using your camera in a way that achieves
pleasing results. IMHO, too many people fail to grasp the above
because they've become completely dependent on RAW and progress no
further.

RAW has its uses, but it's not the end-all of photography. For many
pros and advanced amateurs alike, JPEG works fine, likely because
they understand what the tools they work with are capable of
providing in a given situation.

IMO, a beginner should concentrate on the above.

And I don't think Ricardo was being an ass. It's just that this
subject has been played to death 250 times already. It's like
putting ten economists in a room and getting them to agree with each
other. It'll never happen.

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Regards,

Steve

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Steve, I couldn't agree with you more. RAW should not interfere with learning the basics. I'm just trying to convice a few more people to give it a try. I apologize if this has been played to death. I just joined a couple of weeks ago and new folks join everyday who haven't seen a similar thread. I opened Adal's eyes to RAW and hopefully a few other people as well. As far as I'm concerned, my work is done.

Cheers,
Garrett

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