Darktable is a free and open source raw editor that you can download and install on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. It has been developed by photographers, for photographers, and because they are not interested in using gimmicks to make money, it is a very powerful, professional and capable piece of editing software. TheContinue reading “Why you should invest time to learn Darktable”
Tag Archives: jpeg
No more raw (as standard)
Since cameras were able to shoot in both raw and jpeg, I’ve shot in both. During my decades of Nikon shooting I predominantly used the raw file to edit as I truly hated the colour science of Nikon cameras. About a year ago I deleted around 600GB of Nikon raw files I had accumulated overContinue reading “No more raw (as standard)”
We asked photographers which way they shoot, in jpeg, raw or both… Here is what they said.
A couple of weeks ago we run a poll on three very different photography Facebook groups asking them if they took photos in jpeg, raw or both jpeg and raw. The results and feedback were very interesting, and here we can analyse what photographers use. Our poll results are taken after 3 days of theContinue reading “We asked photographers which way they shoot, in jpeg, raw or both… Here is what they said.”
Commentary & Poll: In which format are you currently shooting your photos?
Day 8 of “12 Days Of Christmas” takes us looking at the way you have set up your camera, and what format you take your images in. For some it changes, for others they always photograph in either jpeg or raw. Let’s find out! Some people only shoot jpeg, and that has some great benefitsContinue reading “Commentary & Poll: In which format are you currently shooting your photos?”
Why You Should Always Shoot Raw, Even If You Only Use Jpegs
I’m a strong advocate of getting things right in camera, and I nearly always use the jpeg image from the camera when posting to social media and using images on the website or printing. However, I also always shoot in raw as a backup to those wonderful Fujifilm raw files. This article is a greatContinue reading “Why You Should Always Shoot Raw, Even If You Only Use Jpegs”