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12-09-2013, 03:08 PM   #1
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GR JPEG printing quality

Hey guys, im planning of doing a long project next year with the GR which it involve not using the computer at all. I want to do everything in camera. including the editing.

Since im a raw shooter, when i shoot with the GR i usually shoot RAW+ to check the focus on some shots every now and then. now the question is; when you do in camera multi exposures the final shot is only jpeg and cannot be raw. I dont know how to change the jpeg quality and if its enough quality to get a good print out of it? I also love the in camera editing of the raw files. but is there a way i could get the editing to the actual raw file? perhaps im missing something, or it simply cant be done?.

thanks in advance!

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You could always combine two raw exposures manually, I believe Photoshop has a function for combining multiple images using an algorithm of your choosing.

However, at the highest quality setting I wouldn't be afraid of shooting jpegs with the gr.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Adam Quote
You could always combine two raw exposures manually, I believe Photoshop has a function for combining multiple images using an algorithm of your choosing.

However, at the highest quality setting I wouldn't be afraid of shooting jpegs with the gr.
thanks for the reply Adam, then the question would be, how can you select the jpeg quality on the raw+? i think theres no option of doing so? its either jpegs or raw but raw+ wont allow you to select the quality of the jpeg? correct me if im wrong.
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