Thread: Shooting in RAW
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Old Sunday 13th March 2016, 12:40   #8
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Certainly keeping all original raw files takes up a lot of disk space. On the other hand I think that post-processing software is going to improve over time, and by keeping the raw image I may be able to get more out of it down the line.

In contrast with you I keep all the raws (plus the information about adjustments made in Lightroom), and I only produce jpgs when I have a specific purpose for them (for the web, for printing, or even for my screensaver).

I think of this also as a nice clean work flow.

Andrea
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