Started Nov 24, 2012 | Discussions thread
Scott Larson Veteran Member • Posts: 6,006

billythek wrote:

Shooting JPEG is fine, as long as you get everything right. But if you need to adjust white balance, or tweak other factors, RAW will allow you much more latitude (although you can still tweak RAW pictures quite a bit).

I color-correct nearly every JPEG I take due to the discharge lighting I almost always shoot under. I have not found RAW gives me any more practical latitude for correcting color. If the color is that far off, you're going to barely have a usable picture no matter what you use.

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