Shooting RAW

2 thoughts on “Shooting RAW”

  1. I have a D80 but I seldom use the RAW files from it. The dynamic range is not higher and, unless your shot was really off in exposure, any correction done on a JPEG will not have any noticable error in print.

    If the exposure was really off, meaning the extra bits in resolution will avoid posterization when lightened, chances are that the amount of noise present will still mean it’s a bad shot.

    Here is my full thoughts on RAW vs JPEG.

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