Photo tip no 9 – RAW V JPG part 2

So to continue on with the raw v jpeg debate. We’ve discussed the fact that raw files always require some post processing and because of these you will get a better image than relying on jpeg. But there many times that using jpeg may be preferable aside from social use. Because a jpeg file is a lot smaller (between 2 to 3 times) you can shoot more images on your memory card or alternativly have a smaller card. The other advantage is that with some cameras you can shoot quick successive bursts for longer as the buffer in the camera won’t fill up as quickly, great for sports or action photography. So what d I do? I shoot raw for all but some happy snappies. You know the pictures you take whilst on leave of you and your friends and sometimes partner (of course your partner has to look good in every image so raw might be a better option). On that note I’ll say hoo-roo (that’s Australian for see you later). Here’s another take on Lake Ballard’s sculptures

Antony Gormley Sculptures on Lake Ballard, 200km north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia

Antony Gormley Sculptures on Lake Ballard, 200km north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia

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