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accepted Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
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accepted What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
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comment What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
@MichaelClark i might not be able to tell how good one is but i can try to tell what type of personality he or she has (do they have patience to all of my questions...;), will the photographer mind if i add my 2 cents? etc
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comment What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
the question 'How do I choose a professional photographer for my wedding or newborn' although helful for final decisions does not answer my question
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comment What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
@dpollitt all of these Q&As tell you to look at the portfolio & check out references etc but since i dont have unlimited web access its hard for me to just take a look at their portfolios so 1st im looking for preliminary Qs to ask & then ill take a look at their work (probably not online)
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comment What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
@EsaPaulasto i'm looking to hire from the pros in my community/area (most of them have been doing these jobs for a while) so what can i use to diffrentiate btwn them
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asked What questions should I ask when looking to hire a photographer?
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comment Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
in my case the photographer knows his lighting well, his photos are great, so is there any reason that he should shoot raw?
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comment Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
This doesnt have any thing to do with my question- im asking about photographing an event under controlled lighting, im looking for why i should shoot raw
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comment Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
in what areas will i be gaining more flexibility?(in this case i dont need the extra stops of light) obviously shooting raw is advisable as a safety net & there is more flexibility. If you can maybe revise your answer to add detail then it might even be worth accepting it
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comment Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
I dont know, thats what i'm asking- is there any other point to raw
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comment Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?
at the event there will be controlled lighting & will b recieving files/prints a week later
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asked Is there a reason for raw over jpeg if you have your lighting figured out?