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Old 05-26-2012, 07:27 PM
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file size allowed makes a good photo soft, but did you click on the photo to view the larger version before you copied the URL to post here? I have found low light is the best for shots like this, or good overcast days.
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To be honest it's hard to tell unless looking at the full size file. Everything looks better small.
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The difference between what I view on my screen at home and what I see in a transfer from P. bucket is about 30% better before the transfer. I have no clue as to what causes this..............
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A couple from the Belize trip in May.

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Wow, that looks beautiful! I gotta get down there... maybe the honeymoon...
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I read your article and it has me interested. And I think doable is a word, yes. If it works in the context, it can be a word
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Check the resolution size of your images and compare it to that of mine.....

They seem to be OK....Not as good as the original (24 meg .tif image) But nice...I upload to the photobucket at around 2.5 meg.

I think yours look great Ard.....

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It's time to bring this thread back up and channel the RAW vs. JPEG discussion over here. Lets get some new pictures on the photo thread.................... I'm going to go post one now.
I might be beatin' a dead horse here....But I always shoot in RAW/JPEG format, as storage is not an issue any more w/ all of the inexpensive memory availible now. Biggest advantage to RAW is that YOU decide on what data to manipulate. not the JPEG format. JPEG is great for plain ole pics....But when you want the real wallhangers....RAW is the way to go, multiple images layered HDR (high dynamic range) style....WOW they can look nice.....
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RAW vs. JPEG... Hmmmm....

I seldom shoot in RAW. Large format jpgs generally seem to fulfill my needs and working with them is much quicker from a processing perspective. Besides, my point-and-shoot stream camera doesn't generate them and, when you wade like I do, the SLR doesn't go on the water.

Having said that, when I do shoot something that's important/special/artistic, and dry, I will kick into RAW and accept the inconvenience. Haven't messed with HDR yet, but it certainly has my interest.

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