RAW Troublemaker Again

Started Aug 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
Allan Olesen Veteran Member • Posts: 3,391
Re: RAW Troublemaker Again

Gary Eickmeier wrote:

Yes of course it is the same shot - that's the point, compare the RAW and the JPG.

You have also stated that we are seeing 100% crops.

And yet there is very large difference between the sizes of objects in the two photos.

So either the in-camera lens correction profile has made some rather large magnification changes at the corners, or the crops are not 100%.

Anyway, I agree with the others. This is a comparison of JPG and raw, where you haven't given the raw the same treatment as the camera did. That is your fault, not the raw format's fault.

If you want to compare an in-camera lens corrected JPG to a raw, you should at least use a raw converter with lens correction (and a correction profile for that particular lens model) for the comparison.

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