Tips for JPEG Shooters

I’m not one of you, but I know there are a lot of you out there – those who go for speed and small file size by shooting JPEGs instead of RAW files. (And, hey, why do we always capitalize raw?)

Over on Shutterfinger, Gordon Lewis lays out some very useful tips if you’re going to be shooting JPEGs. Most of these involve adjusting some settings on your camera, but at least one of them deals with building up a tolerance for overexposure.

If you must shoot JPEGs, at least shoot them well.

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