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06-02-11, 04:49 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: North Herts
Are you looking at the basic RAW files? if so you will probably find that they are a little less vibrant & a little less sharp.
When the camera takes the shot as a jpg, it does its own processing of the shot, it adds some vibrancy in colour & adds sharpening, you'll find your camera has different image modes where you can boost the colours, contrast etc.
With jpgs, your camera does the processing for you, with RAW you have to do the processing, so you need to adjust contrast, colours, sharpenign etc to your taste.
The differences between RAW & jpg on the screen shouldn't be massive but there wil be a difference.
Set up your camera, take eactly the same shot on jpg & RAW, load them into your PC & compare to see the difference.
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