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Old Tuesday 20th February 2018, 20:50   #106
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Originally Posted by pbjosh View Post
I wouldn't say the result is truly better. The raw quality comes down to dynamic range and resolution abilities of the camera, light metering, image stabilization, and focus accuracy, all within the bounds of the photographer's skill and the atmospheric conditions, and many other things not listed of course. I will certainly tweak the jpeg settings over time but I don't kid myself that that will make better images. Perhaps more pleasing in terms of higher contrast and saturation, but not any more useful for me. I readily admit I am far more concerned with not spending my time post-processing than I am about ultimate image quality; I figured this out years ago and haven't shot in RAW in a long time, quality loss be damned :)

Not trying to be provocative, that is just my opinion.
I understand what your saying totaly, we all want different things.
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