« on: February 28, 2015, 02:45:38 AM »
You youngsters :-) ... and I wan't only talking of the slide speed, but the average hipness of the media folk people in the video.doesn't dng have a good compression?
Sure, I'm all in favor of dng and even the lossy flavor. It's just that dng is often confused with raw files - so I just wanted to make sure this slide doesn't mean LR6 can assemble raw files into another raw dng like the 5d3 in-camera hdr feature can.
i have a 5d3 all it does it lets you keep the bracketed shots as raw and it saves a jpg of your HDR or am i missing something.
But yea anything that can compress well that does not lose that much IQ or is lossless is better then a massive tiff file, that's the current way i do HDR with lightroom using HDR PRO from photoshop.