Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SpiderOnTheFloor, Aug 28, 2006.
what do you use most of the time?
well considering my computer would probably freak out and die if I tried to work on a raw file I'm stuck only using jpg.
mix of both really
me too. And really so far I haven't done much RAW processing, I've gotten pretty nice results with the settings I shoot with.
Real man who want to get the shot perfect from the start use jpg..lazy bastards who love photoshopping use RAW
that said I use both depending on the situation
JPEG for the random snapshot stuff
RAW for the shots that have to be just right
I shoot in both
I shoot Raw when I've got multiple lightsources freakin' out muh white balances
And when doing a paid photarshoot
All depends on the light source ... if I will need to play with white balence then I shot in raw
depends on how much memory card storage I have
I shoot RAW so I can 'push' my shots to ISO 25600
Thank allah, CF cards and Hard drives are cheap nowadays.
If it's something gay like a bikini contest, JPG, but stuff that I know I will use in my portfolio or will need printed, RAW.
fun family shots in raw =
Educate a lazy n00b that doesn't want to search for the ansa.
What can you fix in a raw pic, that you couldn't fix in a jpg using PS etc...?
good stuff. I use rawshooter and feel that i can browse through raw files more easily than jpgs
i shoot in raw, mainly just to learn more about post-processing. lets me go back to my raw files and try something different to see what works. could always batch process to jpg without any changes i guess
i only shoot .jpg right now because without the raw plugin for my version of PS, RAW doesn't work. and i don't want to use lightroom right now...
Raw + S JPG, raw to card 1 jpg to card 2
if i'm shooting "snapshots" and get something good I can pull the raw, otherwise I can format card 1 and dump card 2 and go off web-ready JPG with no resize or sharpening just like a point and shoot.
usually I dump both so I work the raws and use the jpgs as references to in-camera processing. It is possible to make an image in raw that at first looks good but then you realize the JPG looks better so you have to change a couple more things in raw. Not often though
Do you want Nikon Capture 4.4?
I shoot raw + jpeg when I'm doing artsy fartsy stuff.
Raw + jpeg allows the best of both worlds. It's nice to have the raw file when you want total control of an image. Real World Camera Raw by Bruce Fraser is a must have if you want to learn the advantages of raw.
Addressing chromatic aberration is a nice feature.
usually high jpeg
I used RAW exclusively since I got my DSLR.
Space isnt an issue and RAW gives more room for error and better quality