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Old 04-21-2007, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a question for you guys shooting in raw format. I usally shoot in raw - L-jpeg but finding myself using the L-jpeg . The only problem with this is when I want to brighten up the pic I cant seem to adjust the image as well as I can with the raw image . I use Canons DPP. If I convert a raw image to jpeg in PS, will it be the same image as what came out of my camera as the large jpeg? The only issue I usally have is adjusting the f-stop up or down a bit. I would like to make all my adjustments in raw and then convert it to a jpeg. I've converted raw images to jpeg to print and printed the same image from the camera and I cant see any difference. Any insight on this would be appreciated. Sorry for the rambling.
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Re: Shooting in Raw
Old 04-21-2007, 08:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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well if you edit it in dpp and then press alt p in the edit window you transfer them in photoshop with the alterations you did in ddp then you can do whatever you want in photoshop, normaly if you just save it in photoshop after that it saves it in TIF format
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Re: Shooting in Raw
Old 04-21-2007, 10:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If I convert a raw image to jpeg in PS, will it be the same image as what came out of my camera as the large jpeg? The only issue I usually have is adjusting the f-stop up or down a bit. I would like to make all my adjustments in raw and then convert it to a jpeg. I've converted raw images to jpeg to print and printed the same image from the camera and I cant see any difference. Any insight on this would be appreciated. Sorry for the rambling.
The image converted in PS (ACR) to JPG will be different. Why? Because Photoshop ACR is running on a large computer and is a large software program and is highly optimized for maximum control of RAW image conversion. The camera has a very tiny by comparison computer and has only a very limited amount of memory. Plus for, in camera, you have to make all the parameter choices in advance. If you're wrong on any of them, then the JPG will suffer and you have little to work with to correct the mistake.
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Re: Shooting in Raw
Old 04-22-2007, 09:02 PM   #4 (permalink)
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So a better path would be to correct in DPPin raw and then convert to jpeg in ps to print ? I dont really have much to do with the image as far as correcting. Brighten up or down and cropping is about all I usally have to do. Most of my work these days are studio work and its pretty well setup.
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Re: Shooting in Raw
Old 04-23-2007, 12:44 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Yes, you have got it.
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