I Will Not Shot in RAW

Started May 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
Joseph S Wisniewski Forum Pro • Posts: 34,130
No, it really doesn't

Barry Pearson wrote:

howardroark wrote:

There's nothing wrong with shooting JPEG.  To say RAW has no meaningful advantages or downplaying the fact that they are important differences is either ignorant or self-deluding.

One feature of JPEG that I haven't spotted in this thread,

You can't spot things that don't exist.

(but it may be here), is that JPEGs use sRGB color space, which has a small gamut.

JPEG does not use any color space, at all. That's not part of the standard.

There are visible colours that cannot be represented in JPEG, but can be represented in larger-gamut color spaces such as Adobe RGB or (bigger) Pro Photo RGB.

You can tag a JPEG file Adobe RGB or ProPhoto RGB at will.

I agree with what you said here.

Poor Howard.

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