Shoot source images in JPEG format Panoramas


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Shooting source images in JPEG format

So I've got a stable platform. I've got an interesting backdrop. Got the camera ready to go. All that's really left is the decision. What should I shoot? I'm going to start with the easy one, and that's JPEG. When should you shoot JPEG? Well, in my opinion, when it's the only choice you have. If you're shooting on a point and shoot, and your camera doesn't offer Raw then shoot JPEG. Now, you might be wondering, but JPEG's fine. A lotta issues with JPEG. Particularly when you're shooting a panoramic.

So, what's going to happen here is, as I pan across and shoot, we're going to get multiple photos. The potential challenge with JPEG, is that the camera is doing in-camera processing. And some cameras are smart and will do exactly what you tell them to do, but many are trying to optimize your image. Now, optimizing an image is a nice way of saying the camera, with very little to no input from you, is going to develop the files for you. You don't want that.

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Shooting source images in JPEG format
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Shooting source images in JPEG format provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Shooting and Processing Panoramas

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Photography
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