Please be sure to click on "LEARN MORE" below and completely read all the information, as there are many details associated with this Meetup.
Seminar notes are available for you to download for free and bring to the seminar - see below for how to access them.
What: "Raw or JPEG?" - a free GCPC seminar presented by Jim Reizner
The debate rages, Raw vs. JPEG - mostly based on misinformation. The truth is each has their place. In this session we will discuss the pros and cons of RAW and JPEG, allowing you to choose the one that best meets YOUR needs
When: Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Kenton County Library, Erlanger Branch
401 Kenton Lands Road, Erlanger, KY 41018
Meeting Room 'B'
Please Google the location, as several people have gotten lost in the past.
Anyone interested in the topic.
1. Definitions: Raw, JPEG, TIFF, PSD, DNG
2. Details on Raw and JPEG
3. Reasons to Shoot in Raw
4. Reasons to Shoot in JPEG
Since this seminar is free we cannot provide class notes at the meeting. The venues do not allow us to charge for meetings held there or to exchange money on their facilities (including the parking lot).
It is highly recommended that participants print out and bring their own class notes to the seminar. You need to be logged in to the GCPC Meetup site with your password to be able to download these documents. The class notes are available at the link below:
HELP WITH DOWNLOADING SEMINAR NOTES
If you cannot directly open the above link for seminar notes - although the above links have been tested on both Windows and Mac computers using Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari - some people with some browser settings have reported not being able to directly open these files from within their browsers. As you can understand we do not have the time to help every person troubleshoot their browser settings, as there are almost an infinite number of issues that can cause this problem.
If you can't open the links given above directly by clicking on them, do the following. On the GCPC home page, directly under the words "Greater Cincinnati Photographers Club" is a menu bar. On the far right of that menu bar is "More." Pull "More" down to "Files." Under "Files" you will see the document.
Right click on the files desired and save them to your desktop or wherever. Then open them. They are Adobe Acrobat PDF files that you should be able to open in any PDF reader.