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Old 08-01-2010, 02:34 AM   #5
mark woody
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Hi David i only shoot RAW because i only get to shoot 3-4 times a month and not too many trains, i don't mind processing and it is more involved than JPEG, do what Joe suggests shot both if you have the card space and save the RAW files till you can process them properly, always save to a new file name after processing even JPEG and shoot JPEG's on the highest quality setting on your camera [largest file size] and save also on the largest file size. The shots you are taking have improved a lot and i look forward to more.
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