Settings while shooting in RAW

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MisterBG Veteran Member • Posts: 7,147
Re: Settings while shooting in RAW
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Tmjc wrote:

The only thing except LENR that you can't change in post is highlight tone priority. And even that can be easily recreated by underexposing a bit and lifting up the shadows in post.

So if you're only interested in the raw files you can basically ignore all these settings and adjust in post

Agreed. All the factors listed do not apply to a raw image.
In particular, sRGB - raw images do not have a color space, and white balance and "Picture Style" are established by the development software, not by the camera settings.

For noise reduction, I prefer to apply NR in Post Processing.

The whole point in shooting raw is that you have complete control over all parameters.

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