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My daughter uses a Nikon D3000 and was asked to shoot a small family wedding. My question is should she use raw image or jpeg? She uses jpeg all the time. She has a Mac computer and appeture software but she saids she has to change everything to jpeg after she has it is raw. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Barbara
 

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always shoot RAW
 

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Well if she knows nothing about editing photos then maybe shooting jpeg would be better. Raw is the best if you can edit...
 

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Sounds like your daughter is not ready to shoot a wedding... Or does she shoot professionally with the D3000?
 
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indoor wedding? hows the light in the church if it is? one of the reasons i upgraded from the D3000 was it didn't have the best low light ability. id be looking into that for sure if its indoors. though i also wonder if she is ready for a wedding shoot.
 

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raw may contain parasites, molds and bacteria. I'd recommend medium
 

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Screw the DSLR and just take a couple disposables. The quality will be the same.
 

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Screw the DSLR and just take a couple disposables. The quality will be the same.

+1, i have seen many a disposable take better pictures then a dslr in the wrong hands. 35mm film is much bigger and captures more light then a crop sensor camera, and if someone is shooting with a d3000 on auto then most likely the pictures wont be very good.
 

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She may have to change everything to jpeg after she shoots RAW, but there is much more you can do for adjustment to a RAW file. She will be able to pull more out of shots where the exposures and white balances were not right.
 

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My friend has some wisdom teeth to take out, i've got a 4x4 pickup with a ball hitch on it and about 100ft of bailing twine. Should I do this on gravel, or pavement?
 

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My friend has some wisdom teeth to take out, i've got a 4x4 pickup with a ball hitch on it and about 100ft of bailing twine. Should I do this on gravel, or pavement?

Sand, but only use 20 feet of twine max.
 

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