Proud Husky


I found the gem above in my photo library and I guess the photo is a great example of why starting to shoot in RAW was a good idea. I actually wanted to delete the photo but then I started to edit the RAW file and above is the resulting image. I like the composition from the side but I should have taken the photo with a little bit more of the neck visible. Anyway, I am not sure if it would have been possible to recover the image if it would have been shot in JPG, because the image was completely overexposed as you can see…


3 thoughts on “Proud Husky

  1. It’s a great shot and I don’t think more neck would neceassarily improve it. I don’t shoot in RAW simply because the storage issue has overcome my need for more detail on my photographs. Also, the Topaz filters I use have been remarkable at repairing jpg images. If I hadn’t done it myself, I wouldn’t believe it was possible. In any case, I think it’s a great portrait of a Siberian.

    1. Thank you 🙂 I had the storage problem too with my 500 gigabyte hard drive, but I added a hard drive with 2 terabyte this year and now I can go all crazy 😀 I still shoot in JPG, especially when I want my camera to be fast (as the cache is less likely to fill fast), but when I do shoot RAW, it gives me much more possibilities to fix errors.

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