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Old Aug 17, 2010, 9:28 AM   #1
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Old Aug 18, 2010, 6:30 AM   #2
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Hello Gary,

Nice roses.
Are they jpeg?
The HS 10 is very sensitive for highlights and dark shadows in jpeg.
Fuji has that under control with their own sensors in jpeg, but with the BSI CMOS that is probably impossible to realize in jpeg.
In RAW and with the Silkypix software the results are great.
Even better that the EXR in jpeg.
Have you ever tried RAW with the HS 10 together with the developing trick with Silkypix?

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Old Aug 18, 2010, 7:10 AM   #3
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Hello Gary,

Nice roses.
Are they jpeg?
The HS 10 is very sensitive for highlights and dark shadows in jpeg.
Fuji has that under control with their own sensors in jpeg, but with the BSI CMOS that is probably impossible to realize in jpeg.
In RAW and with the Silkypix software the results are great.
Even better that the EXR in jpeg.
Have you ever tried RAW with the HS 10 together with the developing trick with Silkypix?

Regards,

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Yes, they are jpg. I don't shoot in RAW for three reasons: (1) I mainly shoot wildlife and it slows down shot-to-shot time. (2) I don't pixel-peep and get hypercritical. (3) I don't like it.

I'm not a professional nor do I sell my images. I shoot for fun. I'm not required to meet other people's standards, just my own and I feel jpg quality is just fine for that. If I were shooting professionally or to meet other people's standards, I would probably be using a Hasselblad and then all the joy and fun I get from photography would evaporate. It would be a job.

To each his own. I guess my standards are lower than some.
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Old Aug 18, 2010, 9:56 AM   #4
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Hello Gary,

Yes, you must do what you like best. RAW takes time.
The Rotterdam harbor photo's (about 350) took me about 2 days to develop .
When you are on holiday and it's raining outside I don't mind.
But it's what you say: to each his own.
Have fun with the HS 10.

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