oxygen45 wrote in post #15874943
^^ cracking shot Jhap33, please tell me it was the Sigma 17-50?
Have a question about the jpeg created by the 60D. I have noticed when going through raw and jpegs of the same image side by side that the processing on the jpeg is woeful. It is still on standard in the camera. The raw looks more natural and the jpegs have a real yellowish tinge which makes skin tones especially look off. There is a very obvious loss of detail as well, particularly noticeable in bird shots. Most people say they prefer the jpeg to an unprocessed raw though. So i'm curious if people have set up or use different in camera settings for the jpeg?
I use a custom User Profile based on Standard, the sharpness is cranked up all the way to 7 (max), the contrast is 2 notches to the right, saturation in the middle and skin tone one notch to the left.
Make sure your White Balance is in AWB.
Tell me what you think...
PS: My jpeg are better than my RAW... that's why I shoot jpeg most of the time, unless the conditions are challenging. I can bring the RAW to a level similar to Canon's JPEG, but why spend the time? Life is too short...