Roger955 wrote in post #4510127
Thank you, Shawn. I take it that you process each photograph individually, in Light Room. I had inferred from posts of others that Light Room can be/is used to process a group of images, perhaps by specifying settings for the batch.
I ask because I'm wondering how time-consuming it is to use RAW and whether I'm likely to go there, or simply continue to use jpegs.
Your PP work seems to nicely eliminate/reduce noise, a not infrequent concern with the G9.
You can batch in both LR and Photoshop. I have batch process set up, but I like to "tweek" the photos. It takes me 10 minutes max to edit the average photo. RAW gives you so much more control over WB, exposure, tone, color, detail, lens...and so on.
Since I do not shoot professionally or sell large batches of photos, I don't have a time issues.
I shoot and edit as a hobby and post on my website which I usually update with photos and interesting photo related info once a month. I try to get 15 keepers a month.
I try to carry a camera everywhere I travel (I travel a lot for work). The G9 is the best travel camera I have used to date. When I have the time and weight/luggage space I usually carry my 40D and 2 lens.