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RAW Processing

Discussion in 'Help Team' started by sagamore, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. Terrywoodenpic

    Terrywoodenpic Well-Known Member

    Surprising but not surprising. Many people can not... but it can be done, and it is not that difficult.
  2. sagamore

    sagamore Well-Known Member

    I find that after an image has reached a certain quality, most people cannot tell the difference between good and excellent anyway. Probabaly photographers can, but the vast majority just see the image as a whole. I can enhance a jpeg in less than a minute, but the effort required to mess about with a RAW has not produced anything that is actually worth the extra effort and time.
    Andrew Flannigan likes this.
  3. El_Sid

    El_Sid Well-Known Member

    Then you probably don't need raw. Most of the pictures you post seem to have been taken under reasonably controlled, good lighting which JPEG can handle perfectly well. Raw capture tends to come into it's own when used in situations where the lighting is adverse or not under your control. It's also more useful in high-ISO conditions where more subtle noise control may be desirable.
  4. sagamore

    sagamore Well-Known Member

    This one was taken with a cheap camera and did not even need any enhancing. Bob
    River Ribble 6th July 2017.JPG

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