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27-01-13, 04:56 PM
Join Date: Jan 2013
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ok thanks very much guys, will look at it over the weekend. Thanks again and cheers.
You might want to consider whether you want to keep the settings, many people do. Having the JPEG file you can quickly give other people a copy without having to do any real post-processing like you would a raw file (raw not RAW
) Also if you are starting out, when you do go to post-process your raw file, you could compare it to the JPEG file so you have something to work from and learn from. Once you are comfortable with what you are doing then review your needs later.
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