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ThomasL 05-17-2008 11:35 AM

Shooting in RAW
 
Hi, I'm just wondering how many of you always shoot in RAW format?
And if so, which software do you use?

Thanks and have a nice weekend,
ThomasL

Didi 05-17-2008 11:38 AM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
Hi
I use Digital Photo Professional delivered with my Canon 30 D pack; most of my picture are in RAW.

Bruno40 05-17-2008 11:44 AM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
Hi Thomas
Since I joined TE, ALL of my pictures are taken in RAW.
I use Digital Photo Professional delivered with my Canon 400D, and/or Lightroom.
cheers
Jorge

delkoo 05-17-2008 12:03 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
as DIDI i shot in RAW and I use digital photo pro .

didier

rgarrigus 05-17-2008 12:36 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
Hi Thomas,

For 90% of my photos and especially the type images I post to TE I use RAW capture. For the other 10% I'm out chasing children on holiday and use old reliable JPEG.

For post processing of RAW I mostly use Canon's Digital Photo Pro (DPP). I have used Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) in the past but I find DPP results better to my eye. For HDR I use RAW images and Photomatix Pro.

Cheers!

Bob G.

ThomasL 05-17-2008 01:19 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
Thanks for all your replies so far! I havn't a lot of experience with RAW, as I just bought my first dSLR camera. So I'm just discovering 'the world of RAW' :D

Bruno40 05-17-2008 02:00 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
"memory is cheap, memories are priceless" ... shoot in RAW! :-)

AdrianW 05-17-2008 03:32 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
Yes, I always use RAW. I usually convert using Canon DPP, which incidentally has sprouted a lot more features lately. In case anyone's missed it v3.4.n now has more organisational options, and improved noise reduction, in addition to the lens correction functions that sprouted in v3. Well worth a download if you're a Canon user IMO.

The only area where DPP is still a bit weak is highlight recovery, Adobe Camera-RAW is better, but I think Silkypix does the best job of recovering colours in the highlights as well.

Floydian 05-17-2008 03:34 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
"memory is cheap, memories are priceless" ... shoot in RAW! :-)

That's my text ;-)))))))

Adobe Lightroom for organising and converting all my RAW files. In some cases DPP can produce a better result on lens distortion. The lastest version (3.41) has included a lot of lenses where you can correct with a single click.
But i am a dedicated Adobe user, maybe therefor my choice of Lightroom...

Good luck,

Henk

belido 05-17-2008 08:02 PM

Re: Shooting in RAW
 
raw is the law! :))


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