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Fernando Bobadilla
Ideal settings for photography..
on Apr 9, 2012 at 10:35:48 pm

Hello!

I've been wondering what are some good ideal settings to have my 60D set to for when shooting stills, photography.

I noticed that some settings lower the size of the files, probably lowering the quality of the pictures?

I also noticed, RAW images and JPEG settings..

I'm going into photography for clients so it'd be a good head start to learn on here!..

Any help is very appreciated, thank you.

Fernando


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Bob Dix
Re: Ideal settings for photography..
on Apr 13, 2012 at 12:00:48 am

I recommend using any RAW settings depending on the size required so that you can process the files in Canon Digital Photo Professional, and you will not lose any details as if you use jpeg. But, you will have to convert to jpeg or other say tiff for presentation to a client.

If using RAW the quality will not suffer regardless of size, only if you need to go to poster size.

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