Thread: JPEGS and RAW
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Old 07-31-2010, 02:15 PM   #3
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If you've got enough card space and hard drive space, I'd recommend shooting RAW and JPEG. You could theoretically dump all of your RAW shots onto the computer until you're ready to deal with them. Think of RAW as a digital negative. I'm kinda with Janusz when he said yesterday that you seem to have processing issues, not in camera issues. RAW just adds another wrinkle or two to the processing end which you may or may not be ready for.

But I shoot RAW and suggest anyone should.
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