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Discussion in 'Photography Chat Forum' started by Agiledogs, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Agiledogs

    Agiledogs Always on

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    I thought to try and speed up my hiking photo development time I shoot Raw + jpg with my d750 to minimize editing RAW files for only specific shots. Well it appears that straight out of the camera jpgs are appearing underexposed and show vignetting and banding in the skies. Guess I will go back to shooting RAW only as quality suffers in jpg mode.....Note I ahve had no problems like this with my D4 or D500.
     
  2. Newbandit

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    I cant remember the last time I shot a jpg
     
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    I shoot most of my Moto X on Jpeg as it's a fast moving enviroment and cuts down time on PP, also bearing in mind most shots are just used for the web.
     
  4. fmw

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    The Fujifilm system that I use produces outstanding JPEG images. They almost always suffice. I can tweak them in post process as well. Raw files are the way to go if you need heavy handed editing. I capture both but rarely need the raw file.
     
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  5. Mike Singh

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    Have u tried choosing a different picture style so that the camera produces a different edit to the JPEG ?
     
  6. Agiledogs

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    Initially I had things set to a more neutral setting, but changed for this outing to using the landscape preset. Again these preset do not really mean anything to the RAW files and RAW is how I prefer to shoot unless I have a tight deadline like my sports photography.

    I do not seem to have this problem with the d500 with the track and field stuff
     
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