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Oct 17, 2008 17:34 |  #1

Well, I'm going to get all kinds of "I told you so's" for this post but I've changed and am going to shoot raw on all paying jobs. My wife and I shot a wedding last week and the mixed lighting was awful in my jpeg tests so I changed our cameras to raw and that saved me. So all my weddings and portraits are going to be in raw.....




  
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Oct 17, 2008 18:32 |  #2

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Oct 17, 2008 18:35 |  #3

I did the same thing awhile back. Right after I got CS3 and found out I could open JPG's as RAW's in ACR. I gave it a solid month, but finally had to admit that the jpg's just did not hold the data the RAW's do. I went back and will never fall for it again. :)


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Oct 17, 2008 20:24 as a reply to  @ canonloader's post |  #4

I know the feeling. I was a very strong advocater for jpeg in the raw editor which does work but in a limited way. The images from the wedding have much smoother skin tones, etc in the raw images. Yep, I can say right along with you that I won't fall for that again. It is raw for me.




  
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