05 Jul Shooting in RAW
Vibrant, rich, true colors, without the noise or graininess. Exposure… spot on (even if it wasn’t when I took the picture!).
For comparison, I have a converted jpeg image (shot in raw) of the straight out of the camera image, and then the adjusted image, using photoshop elements on the raw image.
What I normally do with the SOOC jpeg image is take it through the ringer in photoshop elements, applying all sorts of Pioneer Woman actions, adjusting the levels, saturation, etc. etc. So I did my normal process to the SOOC jpeg version of the image, just to compare to see if raw really does turn out better than my normal final product… and I think I like the raw image much better! What about you?
And… if I’ve totally lost you by now, don’t worry, I really have no idea what I’m doing either, so we can just enjoy some pretty flowers from my sister-in-law’s garden!!!! :-)