I'm curious to know how many of you use your cameras settings and which ones you use. By settings, I mean the built-in sharpening, vividness, etc, etc, to enhance the image when it's taken or do most just use CS2 for everything? Speaking of which, do these enhancements show up on RAW files or just JPEGs? I can't find this part in my manual.
- Kevin, Nikon D70s
"If it ain't a Nikon, then...... you should get one."
#1. "RE: Your Camera's Settings" | In response to Reply # 0ehu Registered since 15th Sep 2006Tue 19-Dec-06 01:37 AM
I used to shoot JPG, and had settings based on what Ken Rockwell suggests, with some changes. But best is to just play.
Now I shoot raw, in some ways more of a pain because it involves work after wards, but none of the camera settings matter (except of course exposure settings) and you can change it all in CS2 (or what you use).
Nikon capture (or what ever its called) does have the option of applying in camera settings.
All I ask is to prove that money can't make me happy.
D70 with some lenses
#2. "RE: Your Camera's Settings" | In response to Reply # 0mtyndall Basic MemberTue 19-Dec-06 02:21 AM
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