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FORUMS Photography Talk by Genre Nature & Landscapes Talk 
Thread started 05 Mar 2010 (Friday) 07:39
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POLL: "Do you shoot RAW or just JPEG for you landscape shots?"
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Landscapes...do you shoot RAW or just JPEG?

 
shootreadyaim
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May 04, 2010 22:58 |  #76

shoot raw or not at all lol. i just like to use DPP and adjust the picture as I see fit which usually ends up over saturated and over sharp but I say so what I like it. here are two shoots one in canyonland one in bryce. i think both are nice.


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kenben
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May 11, 2010 14:38 |  #77

I shoot raw only.




  
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Sep 29, 2010 01:52 as a reply to  @ kenben's post |  #78

Raw only, why, after spending on a DSLR and quality lenses would I want to then capture the data in a lossy format ?? Using LR is such fun as well, I enjoy processing the files as much as I enjoy capturing them. There may be a learning curve at first ( not much of one to be honest) and as the edits are non destructive you can learn by experimentation which is I think pretty much always the best way anyway. LR is so much more flexible and powerful than DPP I dont see any reason to use it.


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muhammadnur
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Sep 29, 2010 12:56 as a reply to  @ ChrisSearle's post |  #79

I'm fairly new to photography but from reading the info on this forum I started shooting RAW.


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Oct 04, 2010 09:45 |  #80

I shoot RAW 100% of the time.


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Oct 07, 2010 13:10 as a reply to  @ post 9779907 |  #81

The only time I shoot in JPEG is if the settings on the camera get changed accidentally...


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Oct 08, 2010 11:33 |  #82

Lanscapes or not, it is 100% RAW for me. Without it, I can't imagine how I could have salvaged some images that were taken in poor ligting conditions etc.

For landscapes, the ability to alter shadows and highlights alone is worth shooting in RAW. Once you see the light (pun intended) there is no going back!


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Oct 08, 2010 12:13 |  #83

only RAW


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Oct 28, 2010 10:04 |  #84

both raw and jpeg


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Oct 28, 2010 10:33 |  #85

RAW all the time. I like to pretend I know how to make it look better in DPP...


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Ryan7490
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Nov 06, 2010 23:16 |  #86

But but ken rockwell said.....


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keroberos
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Nov 07, 2010 19:27 |  #87

RAW all the way




  
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Nov 09, 2010 04:14 |  #88

I only shoot raw, I once shot a trip using raw+jpeg, never touched the jpegs when I returned home.


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markol
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Nov 12, 2010 15:09 |  #89

Raw and JPEG usually.


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Fliger747
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Nov 13, 2010 17:51 |  #90

Two reasons to use raw: (1) better access to recovery of shadows and highlights that may be clipped in the JPEG; (2) JPEG throws away information.

No price difference between the two... I think of the JPEG (shoot both simultaneously) as a quick proof shot.

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