FridayPhotoSchool live recorded in FPS Studio April, 2010; Tutorial DVD; ships in plastic clam case; running time 71 minutes; play in any regular DVD player worldwide (recommended) or CD-ROM.
Is it better to shoot in RAW or JPEG? Or both RAW + JPEG? What about using the sRGB or AdobeRGB color settings? There are no right or wrong answers here, just options to make better pictures and to shoot smarter by picking the right ones for your shoot.
There are times to shoot in JPEG with sRGB color and times to shoot in RAW and process to the AdobeRGB space of course, and every pro photographer should know when to use the right ones.
Join digital expert Will Crockett in this hour+ seminar on how, when and why to choose the right settings for your photo sessions.
You'll see examples of images shot in both JPEG and RAW then printed to see the difference in print quality as well as explore the advantages of using each. Then take a look at the facts on when to use the right color space with a fascinating segment on sRGB and aRGB all designed to help you produce excellent quality photos with the least amount of headache.
This video is the DVD version of the live streaming video, so it's a little smaller in resolution than our other ShootSmarter DVDs
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