Why do photographers not give raw files?
Simply put, you don’t ask a professional photographer to give you their RAW photos because that would be giving you only half of an unfinished work of art. More so, by asking your photographer for their RAW unedited photos it means you don’t trust them to deliver an edited image you’ll love.
Why photographers don’t give you all the photos?
Giving you every single photo does not accurately reflect the finished product, and giving you any unedited shots (the “RAW files” / unedited images) certainly does not reflect the finished product.
What image quality should I shoot in Canon?
If you are shooting photos only for the Web, it is recommended to shoot at M smooth. Eight megapixels is generally considered more than enough for web photos (in fact it’s a bit large) but still allows flexibility to crop and adjust photos as needed.
Should I shoot JPEG or raw?
A RAW image contains wider dynamic range and color gamut compared to a JPEG image. For highlight and shadow recovery when an image or parts of an image are underexposed or overexposed, a RAW image provides far better recovery potential compared to JPEG. Finer control and adjustment potential.
Why should I shoot in RAW?
Shooting RAW ensures you are capturing as many colors in an image as possible, creating photos with a higher color range and color depth. This is why a brightly colored landscape or a vibrant fashion scene with a range of shades and tones will likely turn out better if you shoot in RAW vs. JPEG.
Do professional photographers shoot in RAW or JPEG?
Many professional photographers do shoot in RAW because their work requires post processing high quality images for print, commercials or publications. Another thing to note is that JPEG is not often used for print work since it is too lossy. Printers output lossless file (TIFF, etc.) formats with the best results.
Is editing photos cheating?
Editing your photos is not cheating. The simple fact is that all images need post production work using some form of photo editor, whether that is Photoshop, Lightroom or even a free photo editor like GIMP.
Do photographers edit photos?
Yes, they do. And if you’re serious about photography, YOU NEED TO. Shooting is only the first half of creating a good photograph, and it doesn’t end after you press the shutter button. Photo editing involves modifying, correcting, and adjusting your images to improve them.
Do professional photographers shoot in JPEG?
Although many think that is a wise thing to do, a lot of photographers still shoot JPEG only. For those group of photographers I have 10 tips for better photos, and it has nothing to do with raw. Since the moment I used raw files, I never wanted to go back.
Should you always shoot in RAW?
You should always shoot raw if you’re taking photos in a situation where it is difficult to control highlight exposure. In a raw file, you can often restore detail to highlights that have overexposed to complete white and salvage otherwise unusable shots.
Why are my pictures grainy even at low ISO?
If you are using a relatively low ISO number, but still seeing grain in your photos, it’s highly probable that you are not getting your exposure correct in camera. That means a photo taken with a lower ISO and underexposed will have MORE grain than an image taken with a higher ISO, but correctly (or even over) exposed.
Why does Lightroom darken my photos?
You are underexposing your images. Check your camera metering and settings. 2. You are applying some kind of preset to the image that darkens it.
What apps do photographers use to edit photos?
Here are 7 of the best photo editing apps to explore:
- Adobe Lightroom Photoshop.
- Photo Editor by Aviary.
Who should review your college essay?
Your School Counselor You can go to your counselor for help with interpreting a prompt if you are struggling with ideas, or for review of an essay you’ve already written. For school-specific essays, your guidance counselor may be able to provide input as to what specific admissions committees like to see.
What should you never ask a photographer?
5 Questions NOT to ask your Photographer!
- #1 Can I have all of the photos you take? Or can we have the raw/unedited files?
- #2 Can you photoshop _____?
- #3 What camera/equipment do you use?
- #4 Can you change your style for our session?
- #5 Do you charge less if you shorten the length of the session or if I only need a few photos?
What is the best image quality setting for Canon?
If you’re photographing for print, use either the Large JPEG setting or the RAW one. This will give you the greatest resolution. If you’re printing an 8″x10″ card or photo, you can most likely get away with a Medium setting, but I would still use Large.
Why does JPEG look better than RAW?
Notice how the JPEG image comes out just a bit sharper than the RAW. While this additional sharpening makes the JPEG image look better, that sharpening cannot be removed from the original file (if needed) as it is built into the JPEG after being processed in camera.
Is it rude to ask photographer for raw files?
Yes it’s rude. It’s rude because you have absolutely no use for the raw file instead of a processed JPEG file. So the only reason you, a client, could possibly have for demanding a raw file, is to circumvent the contract and steal the rights to our image. And so that’s why it’s rude to ask for raw images.
Why are my raw photos so dark?
Re: Why do my RAW images look darker than the JPEG? The jpeg engine in the camera can be configured for contrast, saturation and sharpness (at least on my Pentax cameras those are the options). Those settings don’t apply to the RAW file. That is what makes them look different.
What image quality should I shoot in?
While RAW is ultimately better, most of the time your situations won’t call for it and JPEG files will be sufficient. Of course, if you enjoy taking the time to process your photos individually you may as well shoot in RAW. A lot of the time, it comes down to a personal decision.
Do professional photographers use auto mode?
Yes, professionals do use auto mode. Professional paparazzi use auto mode almost exclusively and will sometimes even tape up the controls on the camera to prevent any settings being accidentally altered.