HDR: why shoot raw?

Started Apr 4, 2011 | Discussions thread
Gene L. Veteran Member • Posts: 3,788
Re: HDR: why shoot raw?

Darrell Spreen wrote:

Glad to see you read and grasped all those DPR charts.

Resolution is overrated. I'm talking about fine tonal and color adjustments. Also, an area where in-camera processing can really fall down is with sharpening. The same is true for some raw processing software too, but fortunately, there are some great plug-ins available for this.

The deal is this, most of the time I can use Bibble to review, cull, edit, and fine tweak my raw files from a shoot, send them to batch process, and be done with them. That is efficient work flow.

-Gene L.

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