This shot is what convinced me to shoot in RAW (RX10)

Started Mar 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
aaanouel Veteran Member • Posts: 5,107
Right but...

Ron AKA wrote:

My thoughts are a bit different than that. Seems to me if you are going to put the time and effort into post processing you want to start with the best image file you can get - RAW. If you are not going to post process then it makes sense to shoot JPEG.

I basically agree with you Ron... and would use RAW more often if it's not because RAW files are too memory and computer resource eager. I come from when memory (in terms of Kb) had to be well useful or collapsing the computer and have not lost the saving memory custom.

By other side, I pixel peep just in terms of what the eye can really perceive according to the size of the print and distance to be seen, and have found that excellent poster size printings, even gigantography can be made from a well post processed JPG without any trouble, a practical matter, indeed.

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