A&P Are Parameters important?

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by coughlin's law, May 13, 2009.

  1. I've been wondering this, but is it better to just shoot RAW and configure it all later on?
     
  2. barto

    barto you and your...third dimension

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    wut? its best to get it right in the actual shot
     
  3. What should my parameters be set to? I just have Sharpness set to the max...
     
  4. Kirk Hinrich

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    nigga shoot in RAW
     
  5. UnNakedChef

    UnNakedChef 2jz Sackrider Holder

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    Pull back on that when shooting hot chicks with exposed elbows. Nipple and up shots you should be fine with that setting.
     
  6. wrong1

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    the "parameters" have no effect on raw files, they will only effect jpegs. If you know your way around photoshop shoot raw.. If not shoot JPEG and set up your camera to suit your personal preferences.
     
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    Also having the sharpening cranked way up will probably cause a lot of annoying moiré. I'd definately recomend a lower setting.
     
  8. tenplanescrashing

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    Leave the camera settings alone...the only thing you really should change is when calibrating white balance.

    Sharpness, color, etc, unless your camera is fucked up, can all be worked on in PP.
     

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