RAW/JPG Article

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
OntarioJohn Senior Member • Posts: 1,959
Re: it's a little more complicated than that

EvilOne wrote:

I go to the gym 6 days a week, I practice and shoot competitively in pistol and bench rest competitions.. I also shoot wild life and can spend 8 hours in the woods 4 days a week.

So somewhere in the world  you can shoot pistols and bench rests and wild life.  Most of the wild life in my city is racoons and university students.  About equal, as there are 30,000 University students and the same number of racoons trying to get into my attic.

I so with you live here M. Evil ou mauvais.  You could shoot de raton han mak happy me.

I see my grandchildren and play with them 3 days a week...

I have a wife of 45 years married

To who?

and she is my number one priority...

and all these things take precedent over spending time processing RAW images...

I think the same thing except for oysters eh?

So as I said, your premise is rude and condescending... because "YOU " never shoot JPEG..

Some of the pros only make one shot a day.  My relative on my Mom's side does the 3M and cornflakes.  Once a week maybe.  Good work if you get that right?

what does that mean to the rest of us who have much higher priorities than processing RAW images but still find that shooting snap shots

Oh now don't say snap shots, that gets people started and they hate us because we have nice gear and snap off shots.

and recording memories on a daily basis is in any way wrong because that's not what you do !....

Different strokes.  I like dat J stroke where the blade stay in the water.

fairly pathetic if you ask me...

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