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Old Dec 21, 2005, 11:39 AM   #11
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I'm really putting a concerted effort into improving my post processing recently. I believe I a "RAW convert."
And it shows. Bob - Raw IS definitley the better way, although it takes more time, but then one takes a lot of time money and effort to take the shots, it's worth it to give the extra effort to get the best out of the shots.!!
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Thanks, Jake. That's very encouraging to hear from you. Your shots are always fantastic.
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Old Dec 21, 2005, 10:28 PM   #13
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Good shots! I attempted RAW for a short while. I was learning so much other stuff at the time, I thinkit was a bit overwhelming, so I backed off for a while.I just tend to learn in bits and pieces...I usuallylearn one new process at a time. I decided I needed to finish learning the BASICS of photography first, but I feel it's something I'll probably go back to at some point (maybe after I feel I've mastered almost everything else).My biggest problemis that during my 'learning process' I end up taking way more pics than I can deal with as far as organization and RAW takes up SO MUCH MEMORY if you don't deal with them appropriately. Maybe I'll shoot in RAW again after I become organized!:lol:
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Thanks, Gracie. I've approached my development process the same way - "in bit and pieces." I shot for quite a while in jpeg with my Rebel XT and have finally come to the point in my development where Iam devoting time to learning RAW. I am finding it to be worth it. One of the things I love about photography is there is so much to learn.
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Groan.....these are making me cry! I cannot get these rascals to sit still for me. Very very nice! Just what I needed to see to convince me to keep trying. Best regards,

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Hi Ken, I don't have a lotof these guys for the same reason.
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